FOR ADOPTION: Momma and Kittens!

Sweet Momma Cat, Clementine and kittens rescued! Clementine is so good with her babies, and is so gentle. She just wants to love and be loved.

Kittens: Mango the orange kitten, Peaches the Calico, Blueberry and Kiwi the grey and white Tabbies. Momma and kitties are all in foster now, and are available for adoption! To inquire and adopt, email us at adopt.littlewanderersnyc@gmail.com

FOR ADOPTION: Peter


Peter is super friendly, and loves snuggles.
All he wants to do is give hugs. He needs some extra care, he has a bleeding nose and some runny eyes and has a course of antibiotics and steroids to finish.

Peter would be great for someone who has had experience with a cat. He is a super sweet boy rescued from a colony. About 2-3 years old, and feLv negative. Please help this poor kid, he just wants love. To adopt please email adopt.littlewanderersnyc@gmail.com

FOR ADOPTION: Olive

Just in time for MOTHER’S DAY!

Olive is the sweetest cat ever! Rescued from a drug treatment facilities back yard in East Harlem where she birthed endless litters that barely survived, this sweet MOM deserves the best Mothers Day ever! She is 2-3 years old, fully vetted and microchipped and felv/FIV negative and very healthy! She is a true beauty and a DOLL!

Thank you to Janelle, @janellesellsseashells for being such a wonderful foster mom! To make Olives Mother’s Day, email adopt.littlewanderersnyc@gmail.com

FOR ADOPTION: June the Calico

Who wants to adopt the sweetest calico cat, June? June was rescued by Little Wanderers from a dirty Bronx basement with her two adorable kittens! Mom, June, is 1 1/2 years old and is looking for her forever home. She is spayed, Felv/FIV negative, fully vaccinated and parasite free. Great with other cats or as a solo!

Email adopt.littlewanderersnyc@gmail.com to put in your application today!

RIP, Garland 2011-2017

Dear family,

It is with a heavy heart that we bring you the news of Garlands passing. Garland was rescued last October 2016 by Little Wanderers from an East Harlem parking lot where she lived with this huge tumor on her chest for one year until we came along (according to her feeders). Garland lived with other Ferals and made her way as best she could. Continue reading “RIP, Garland 2011-2017”