Meet the Kitties

Available For Adoption

No Kittens Currently Available

Thank Goodness.

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Available for Sponsorship

Please consider donating $50 to help cover the cost of spay/neuter for these guys! We’ll let you name them, give you a photo, and update you on your cat’s sightings in the neighborhood. While they will never be house pets, we do plan on continuing to feed them so they have comfortable lives outdoors.

Jerky McJerkington

Jerky McJerkington

This one had a much more ‘colorful,’ much less ‘PG’ name while he was in our care.  He was neutered by Planned Pethood on 7/14 and re-released on 7/15.

The Other One

The Other One

If that face doesn’t say “I’m going to kill you,” I don’t know what does. “The Other One” came to us on 11/17, and spayed on 11/18. If you are one to believe that “evil will always triumph because good is dumb,” consider sponsoring her.

Cheerleader

Cheerleader

We’re running out of temporary names to give these cats. Cheerleader is Mom to the ThunderCousins. We cat-burgled her from our neighbor’s house at our neighbor’s request during the Great Cat Intervention of November, 2013. Cheerleader was spayed on 11/18 and is available for sponsorship.

So-and-So and WhatsHisFace

So and So

These two were also captured during the Great Cat Intervention of November, 2013. They were neutered on 11/18 by Planned Pethood. Both So-and-So and WhatsHisFace are available for sponsorship.

New “The Ugly One”

New "The Ugly One"

Named “New The Ugly One” as the last one has been sponsored and renamed – can’t have a Teen Girl Squad without an ugly one. Captured on 11/24.

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Don’t forget to check out the success stories to see all of the cats and kittens who have been adopted and sponsored!

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Spoiled Pets

So… just wanted to introduce you to the two reasons we are unable to keep any of the cats we are rescuing through this project.

Kirbi

Kirbi

Joey

Joey1

We use Joey to help the kitties get used to dogs.

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15 responses to “Meet the Kitties

  1. I am an East Brunswick resident who saw the article in the Sentinel newspaper today. I would like to speak to both you and your husband regarding how I may be of help to you. I was very impressed with what you are doing here in town.
    Please contact me at 732-828-3484 evenings

  2. I nearly bust out laughing when I read you used Cheerleader, So-and-so, and What’sherface for names. Where’s the ugly one!? lol! It’s been so long since I’ve seen that flash video.

    I love what you’re doing. I wish I had the space and funds to do it as well. If only I won the lotto! I started TNR in my town (we are so overrun with ferals) but just me by myself isn’t enough. 😦 I now have five cats and two fosters and no idea what to do. ~__~

    Keep up the good work!

  3. Hi I love your article! We currently have 4 kittens and their mommy living outside of our house for months and we cnt get any one to take them, we live in old bridge. Can you help? They are friendly. The mommy is not fixed but I took her to the vet for a rabie shot and checkup.

  4. I am 21 just moved into my own house with my dog Milo she’s a three year old Australian Shepard Cattle Dog mix, she needs a playmate when I lived with my parents she had two other kitties to play with now it’s just me and her. When I leave for work I feel so bad that she’s lonely, I think her and snarf would get along beautifully! Looking forward to a reply. I love what you guys are doing.

  5. JUST ME AND HUBBY AT HOME AND WE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE ONE OF YOUR YOUNGEST KITTENS IN OUR MIDST. I THINK THAT YOU ARE NOT ONLY DOING A GOOD JOB BUT THAT YOU ARE VERY CREATIVE.

  6. could you please tell me how many kittens,long hair,that need to be adopted out?i have been looking for a main coon type kitty for awhile now.you .Only if everyone was this responsible we would not have these problems,too many animals euthanized b/c of irresponsible people.thank you for your kind work.

    • Hi Stacie – we have four long haired kittens looking for homes! Please email us at daleroadcatproject at wordpress dot com with your contact info and we can arrange a time for you to come meet them!

  7. How do you go about trapping the outside kitties? We can see about 3 living between a fenced boat yard and some bushes in a bank parking lot. They are young and cold….

  8. OMG I’m in love with grumpy kitty. Is he still available? I would love to come and meet him!!!

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