Litter of Kittens and Stray Cat Need Love and Affection

These cats and kittens are available from local animal shelter Cuddly Creatures, Inc.

This litter of five itty-bitty kittens are now 7-weeks-old and ready to go to their forever homes. They were taken from a hoarder situation, where their chance of survival was slim. Each is now in a local foster home being socialized.  

They are all playful and very people friendly. Each kitten is up-to-date with the appropriate medical for its age, is Negative for Fiv/Felv and is frontlined. Each is also eligible for the NJ low cost Spay/Neuter program, for when each is of age, which is 6 months old, for those who adopt from us and are NJ residents.

You can see all of our adoptable pets at www.cuddlycreaturesinc.com under "our adoptable pet list"  We give discounts for those adopting more then one kitten. For an application to adopt, please email us at CuddlyCreaturesInc@yahoo.com


Diamond is a 6 or 7-month-old cat who was found wandering the streets of Brooklyn after Hurricane Sandy. A local man saw Diamond being bullied by a much larger cat and took it upon himself to scare off the attacker. After that the man scared the bigger cat away, he headed home and Diamond followed her hero all the way there!

The man took her into his home and after posting flyers and calling local authorities to try and find her owner with no avail, the man contacted us to see if we could help place this kitty in a forever home.

Diamond is now in one of our local foster homes with older children, another cat and 2 dogs. She is all purr, wants to be around people constantly, is very playful  and loves to be in the company of the other cat.  

But every once in awhile, when you are doing something to her that she doesn't like, such as trimming her back nails, she can get a bit sassy. But most cats do! Diamond is spayed, up-to-date with vaccines and is front declawed. Her adoption fee is $150. For an application to adopt, please email us at CuddlyCreaturesInc@yahoo.com


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