Name: Little Pearl
Age: About 3 months old
Health: Treated for fleas and worms. First vaccination done.
Ideal Home: Little Pearl is an affectionate and playful kitten with beautiful golden eyes, and she looks like a snow ball! Little Pearl loves people very much and she will be a wonderful companion to either children or adults.
Her story: Little Pearl was rescued in a compound. Her mom is a stray cat, so Little Pearl and her sibling lived with their mom at that compound. Sadly, one day a fast car took the life of the mother cat and sibling of Little Pearl, and only Little Pearl survived. A rescuer took Little Pearl and decided to help the little white kitten to find a loving home. Now Little Pearl is living at the PPAR shelter, waiting for her human mom and family.
Age: About 3 months old
Health: Treated for fleas and worms, and will have his first vaccination soon.
His story: Panda is a black and white male kitten, about three months old now. Panda was found on the street and at that time he was covered all over with blood. The rescuer guessed the small kitten was hit by a car and immediately sent him to the vet. As Panda was too young, the vet told the rescuer the situation of the baby kitten was very critical and the vet could not promise that he would survive. Fortunately, after a three-day treatment, Panda began to eat and his temperature became normal gradually. He is such a strong kitten … he is a miracle!
Now, Panda is a healthy kitten, very lovely and sweet, likes cuddles and loves people’s attention very much. Panda is an ideal pet for a family eager for an affectionate young kitty.
If you are willing to give Little Pearl and/or Panda a loving, warm and permanent home, please contact PPAR at: [email protected]
Please notice that all potential adopters need to contact PPAR by email first. If they agree on PPAR’s adoption requirements, then PPAR will arrange a visit for them at the shelter to meet all the adoptable cats and kittens (generally during the adoption weekends).
PPAR holds Adoption Weekends (every Saturday and Sunday), from 13:00 to 17:00 hrs., at the PPAR Shelter located in Minhang District, Shanghai. Phone: 021-5480-1699.
For more information about being a volunteer, foster parent or how to adopt a cat or kitten from PPAR, please send an e-mail to: [email protected]
Paw Pals Animal Rescue (PPAR) is a non-profit animal rescue group founded in 2007 by several individual animal rescuers. Their main objective is to find loving homes for homeless cats. Please go to the PPAR website (in Chinese and English) to learn more.