Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Fundraiser at Olga's Kitchen on 10/26

Hi everyone! Olga's Kitchen in the Crossroads mall has partnered with us to raise funds for Ayla's surgery

The fundraiser lasts all day on Sunday 10/26 and all you have to do is print the flyer to participate. Trick-or-Treat will be happening at the mall as well (3-5) so stop in to Olga's for a beverage, and snack or a meal and have a percentage of your bill donated to KAR.

 Print the flyer here: http://www.olgas.com/fundraiser_flyer.php?id=QtuM8O7GCTGUK5X_fKKSQ5ojF5DEhD-vzn2r3VrGVKY

*You'll note that the 
fundraiser flyer is for Ayla and Hattie (kitten) but it doesn't look like Hattie will require surgery as her injury is healing. Plus she and her sister already pending adoption in the next couple of weeks from a KAR supporter at the Portage location 
Sisters Hattie and Harlow

Friday, October 17, 2014

Khaleesi's Happy Tail

Many KAR pets have been adopted into loving homes thanks to partnership with Portage Animal Hospital (PAH). Doctor Helmholdt and the PAH staff have been instrumental in placing 118 kitties in forever homes since the in-clinic cat adoption center began in October 2010. 

At PAH, our felines stay in comfortable enclosures in the main lobby and are cared for by clinic staff to ensure they are happy and healthy during their two-week stay. Anyone can visit the cats during normal business hours and interact with them upon request. Kitties can be adopted directly from PAH with pre-approval and permission from the foster parent.

PAH provides great exposure, especially for the “less adoptable” such as black kittens, mature and senior cats, and those with special needs. Cats are often adopted quickly from PAH because the venue showcases a feline’s true personality. One success story is Kahlessi, a three-month-old black kitten that was adjusting to only having one eye. PAH allowed her sweet and cuddly personality that her adopter, Allie, fell in love with to shine. 

Khaleesi, a three-month-old, domestic-short-haired black kitten was adjusting to only having one eye after being rescued from the outdoors with a severe eye-infection. The vet's only course of action was to remove her eye. 

While she was a little tentative about jumping up, Khalessi was still your typical happy kitten: playful, active, affection and quite the purr-er! But because the color of her fur and her missing eye, she was completely overlooked online and at adoption events in favor of pets considered more adoptable, so she went to showcased at Portage Animal Hospital's cat adoption center. 

PAH allowed Khaleesi's sweet and cuddly nature, as well as her unique and spitfire personality that her adopter, Allie, fell in love with to shine. This wonderful girl wasn't even at PAH a week before finding her perfect forever home! 

This is Allie, Khaleesi's new mom. I wanted to send an update to you as soon as I could. Well, first off, she has a new name: Whimsy Khaleesi and she is already responding to "Whimsy" or "Little Lady." She is having a great time exploring her new home and meeting her new animal family. Her sister, Trixie Belden, adores her. Whimsy is still warming up to Trix, but she loves Trixie's tail!
Whimsy is quite the purr-er and loves to suckle on a bright purple blanket. She also likes sparkly/shiny things (like me!) so she is all over my jewelry and glasses! She is very cuddly and lovey and has been taking lots of naps on or by me. She also has quite the meow! If I need to leave her for a moment and she notices, you can hear her meow in every part of the house. She now accompanies me wherever I go around the house unless Trixie is able to distract her.
Thank you for taking such good care of her, and loving her so much! Trixie and I are so glad to have Whimsy, the three of us are very happy together!


Hanging out with her cousin Tony, her defender (on the left side) and Maebe (on the right).