These are the remaining four kittens from the litter of 6 that were rescued by our team from a warehouse in Long Island City. Two passed this week from fading kitten syndrome, but these four left are proving to be little fighters!
Just look at the contentment on the faces of these babies! They are truly happy in their forever home. Bingo and Meeny have been adopted, and they couldn’t be happier! Thanks so much to rockstar foster mom Katie who is keen on getting all of this litter adopted. Good luck Katie! Fostering works!
This little cutie pie is Ariel. She is around 10-12 months old, and was rescued by Little Wanderers from the Bronx. She had severe mastitis, a high fever and was very lethargic. But she is feeling a lot better now, and is in search of a quiet, loving foster home to show her just how good life can be! For more information on how you can foster Ariel, please email Raquel at email@example.com . Be a hero for this beautiful baby, and show her “a whole new world”!
This poor little girl is six week old Ema. She was rescued by our team from this basement of filth and squalor. She is very frail and a little shy as you can see. Ema is in urgent need of a foster home while she is being vetted. She’s had one vet visit already and she is healthy and parasite free. For more information, contact Raquel by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Be a hero for Ema and show her she never has to return to this awful squalor ever again!
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.
Some great news, Little Wanderers family! This little cutie pie is Bartolo, or now affectionately called “BB” after the adorable little droid in the movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Well BB here and his rock star foster mom have had a foster fail. Sounds bad, doesn’t it?