Alumni News – Jelly Bean, Minnow and Tony

Feline Rescue thinks the best way for you to get a feel for the work of the organization and it’s many dedicated volunteers is by letting our adopters (and their cats!) tell their own success stories.

Today we hear from Linda, who adopted Jelly Bean (now Binks), Minnow (now Jax) and Tony in February 2013!

 Jelly Bean, et al
My boys … all have a wonderful home. … Binks, aka Jelly Bean (whose eyes are surgically shut), is doing wonderfully; he is a healthy sleek kitty and weighs about 12 pounds now.  He spends his days playing with his brothers and takes many cat-naps.  Always looking for toys that make noise for him.  He is an excellent mouser.

Jax, aka Minnow (who has one eye surgically shut), is my little clown, very playful and always into mischief.  Will eat almost anything so try to watch his food intake and be sure he is not eating something he should not. He weighs about 10 pounds and is my long and rangy looking kitty.  He is so high energy does not have time to get fat.

Tony (the tabby) is my contented kitty but does love to play at times.  He was a little fraidy cat but has come around and is very cuddly with me.  He is very gentle and is my big kitty who weighs about 14 pounds, who loves cat naps.

Jellybean etc

All my kitties are healthy and get regular checkups and they get good food.  My goal is to give them a good life, as well as I can!


[Editor’s Note: Linda also adopted Magic, aka Jesse, from Animal Humane Society. He is missing his ears due to frostbite, but appears to fit right in with the rest of the gang!]

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2 comments on “Alumni News – Jelly Bean, Minnow and Tony
  1. Jennifer padelford says:

    Thanks so much Linda! I use to visit Jellybean all the time. I so appreciate you giving a loving home to all of these furry friends. Hugs to you, your furry friends, and your loving heart.

  2. Tallulah says:

    Linda, like everyone else who has seen this story, I’m moved and extremely grateful that there are people like you in the world. For me it’s not so much that you took the cats who the uninitiated might see as ‘less than puffect’, it’s that you gave 4EVER HOMES to four!!!
    I’m a professional, bi-city cat sitter who carries a lot of guilt because I can’t ‘put my money where my mouth is’. If you can be flexible/patient, I’d like to offer you 1-2 weeks of free cat care. I ordinarily care for twin city cats (one cat family at a time)in my south mpls home, but realize cats who are visually impaired/blind might have a problem in a new environment. Please let me know if you might be able to take advantage of my offer.

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