Help them find homes! Meet Missy, Cory & Calvin

This isn’t a typical animal article as I wanted to help find these beautiful healthy kittens homes.

Meet Missy, Cory & Calvin.

Who are they? Wonderful little white kittens named Missy, Cory & Calvin.


He is one of a litter of five born to a healthy feral mama (who has now been spayed :). They were rescued during a TNR effort. Our best guess is that he was born around March 19, 2012.

He is a regal looking, long, lean kitty machine. He is very timid about being held but unlike many timid cats, Calvin does not hide & will entertain you for hours playing with another cat. In fact, he should go to a home with other pets because he adores other cats & is a very kindhearted boy. He would probably do fine with a cat friendly dog, too. He will need someone that has the patience to let him adjust to a new environment at his own pace,
He has made leaps & bounds in the short time he has been here.
These kittens did not know how to jump from place to place & have already become little monkeys.

He uses the scratching post well so we ask that his claws be left intact. He also uses the litter box without fail. We also ask he be an indoor only cat.

Calvin has been vaccinated, deflead, wormed & will be neutered before he goes to his new home (he has an appointment scheduled for 6/14).


Cory is one of a litter of five born to a feral mama. They were rescued during our TNR effort. Our best guess is that they were born sometime around March 19, 2012.

He is busy, talkative & friendly. He starts purring before he is even petted.
He does well with other cats and we believe he would also do well with a cat friendly dog so he should go into a home with at least one other pet. He needs to be an indoor only cat please.
He uses the scratching post well so we ask his claws remain intact & he uses the litter box without fail.

He has been vaccinated, wormed & deflead & will be neutered before going with his new family. We are not a rescue so do not have a set adoption fee but a reasonable donation towards his care would be nice.

They were born to a feral mother who was captured, spayed and released. These little ones where taken in to be raised indoors they are now at a foster home where there are a lot of cats already and need to find more permanent quarters.


UPDATE : 6/21/12

Missy has been adopted by a wonderful lady in PA. She arrived there last night. Thank you all for spreading the word about this wonderful girl. Let’s get her brothers into homes. 

This pretty girl was born to a feral mama somewhere around March 19, 2012. She is one of a litter of five that was rescued during a  TNR effort.

She is petite, dainty & sweet. She is also very, very timid. She purrs nicely once picked up but she will need someone patient to give her the time she needs to adapt to a new situation. A quiet home is preferred.

She does well with other gentle animals so it would be nice if she could go into a home with another gentle pet. She needs to be an indoor only pet please.
She uses the scratching post well so we ask her claws remain intact & she uses the litter box without fail.

She has been vaccinated, wormed & deflead & will be spayed before going with her new family.

To sum up:

Three kittens need homes, born to a feral mama, they have been spayed/neutered, have their shots been dewormed, deflead and need to be placed in loving homes as they are in a foster home at the moment.

Missy is a bit shy and will need reassurance.

Cody is a people cat

Calvin is a cat’s cat.

We ask that they are not declawed, kept indoors and please consider making a donation towards their adoption as they already have their shots and respective surgeries for spay/neuter.

Where are they located:

The kittens are currently in Akron, Ohio but the foster moms feel a good home is a good home no matter where that is. Don’t let distance deter you from, transportation arrangements can be made. Please see contact information below. If you are not able to take them into your house, please consider sending a donation towards their care or transportation, see below for details.

Who to contact about adopting them (please serious inquiries only!) :

Contact Diane at or

Virginia at

How to donate to their care/possible adoption/and other expenses (food/litter/toys, etc):

Attn: Diane Erdelyi
Pet Guards Clinic
4040 State Rd.
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44223


All three kitten have their own facebook pages with constant updates, so take a look, share and try to get these guys in a furever home.

Calvin’s  Facebook page

Cory’s Facebook page

Missy’s Facebook page

Author’s Note:

First and foremost I want to sincerely thank Miss Virginia & Miss Diane for their continuous efforts in trying to find these little ones a home, not to mention all the time and effort to get them socialized, cared for and feeling confident with humans. Their dedication to the care of these little ones is a great example of how everyone can make a difference in the lives of not only animals but of other human beings.  
Photos and information taken with permission. 

16 Replies to “Help them find homes! Meet Missy, Cory & Calvin”

  1. I just want to say that it shouldn’t have to be a request that their claws remain intact, it should be the norm! It should be made illegal to perorm this horrible proceedure which entails amputating a portion of each toe. How would a person like his fingers amputated to the rear of their fingernail!!!??? I have a stray that was dropped off here last year, not spayed but declawed, left to fend for herself in the country, she is coming along, but slowly, she has trust issues, I wonder why. Please folks never have this done, it can also change their personality, they may start to bite, since they can no longer “swat” to protect themselves. It truly is a horrible thing to do to a wonderful little pet.

    1. I agree, but I wanted to include it just in case someone wanted to take them in and decided to de-claw them. I personally believe it should be outlawed, but unfortunately there are vets and people out there that believe declawing is okay.

  2. I cannot adopt them myself as we already have two kitties and have a full house. But I wanted to commend your efforts to find them a good home. Also, will you keep them until they find a good home or will they have to go to a shelter/pound if a good home is not found in a certain time frame? 🙁

    1. Thank you for reading and commenting. Their foster mom is feeling a bit overwhelmed as she already has several cats in the house, but the foster babies will stay as long as needed, which is why she trying to find them a home as soon as possible.

  3. These kitties are just beautiful! I would love to take them but I have two rescues right now and one is not very accepting of others. I do hope they find their fur-ever home soon! Thank you ladies, for all that you do!

  4. Thank you abundantly for this beautiful article! Diane has TRULY been their saving grace, as she is the one fostering, nurturing and socializing them. I am looking forward to these babies to receive their forever families~ Thank you for spreading the word!!!

    1. Thank you for reading. After doing the article on Brother I saw the posts about these little ones and immediately asked to help spread the word about them as I know she is overwhelmed with taking care of them but would rather see them go to loving homes than become feral. Thanks for reading.

  5. You can not imagine how hard white cats are to find. I finally found one at the local pet expo we had here in late March. These babies are just adorable!! I hope they all find a good home soon

    1. No worries, thanks for reading and please share. I’m allergic to my cats, I just load up on allergy meds my suffering is nothing compared to what they would be going through being homeless. 🙂 Plus I’ve become quite immune over the past years through the exposure.

  6. I am sharing the link to this page with other friends in Ohio… hopefully they will all find homes soon! They are just so precious….

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