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My name is Frankie. I was born March 21, 2021. My foster mom was at an Animal Advisory meeting at Tri County Shelter and I was only about 5 weeks old and I was screaming my head off during the whole meeting. I was so scared. After the meeting she told the director that she wanted to take me home and I have been at her home ever since that night. I am very affectionate and a big purr motor. I get on my foster mom's lap routinely to get love. I also love to sleep with her. I have tested positive for FIV. This means that my immune system could be compromised. I may not be able to fight off disease the way other cats do so you have to take me to the vet for medicine if I get sick. You can't hope that I will fight it off on my own. FIV positive cats can live to be 15 years old or even more with good nutrition, good care and good luck. I hope to have a long and happy life. I cannot give this to humans or dogs. If another cat attacked me and I defended myself and bit them I could give it to them. I actually run around my foster mom's house with many adults. She knows I won't bite them or play too rough. I can't really be around other kittens because we tend to play really rough and my foster mom doesn't want to risk us biting and breaking the skin. I love to play. Would you want to play with me? Do you have a nice dog who would not chase me but would want to be my friend? I am just looking for a chance. His usual hangout is the Petco in California, MD on Saturdays and Sunday from 10-2!. Please fill out an application and email to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org.

Hello, my name is Molly.

​​ I am super shy, but once I get to know you, I am very loving and have tons of personality! My favorite things are feather wands, laser pointers, and an open window where I can watch the birds. I prefer to be the only pet in the house. I also don't like young kids because sudden movements and high energy make me feel scared. And I don't like men very much, but I have been nice to teenage boys, and I might warm up to an adult if he was patient with me. When I'm stressed out, I can get aggressive (it's my defense mechanism), so it would be best if my new family was patient and gave me time to feel comfortable before trying to love on me. Once I'm comfortable, I'm a very loyal kitty. I LOVE my foster mommy. I always greet her with a happy meow and headbutts. I am still shy about climbing into her lap on my own, but if she lifts me up, I like to cuddle and purr and drool for as long as she lets me. Although my foster mom is great, I sometimes feel like I don't get much time with her. I want to find a new home where I can truly be part of the family. Are you looking for a cat like me? 
​Please fill out an application and email to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org.