The Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall is creating kitten pictures
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patrons
$190
per month
Here at The Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall we are devoted to creating the very cutest kitten pictures. It costs between $450-600 a month to operate The Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall, not counting emergencies, so we are launching this Patreon to exchange our residents' cuteness for your cash.


The Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall has a current population of eleven feline souls, all street rescues. Several of them are being fostered through PAWS -- we are a PAWS-approved foster home. One is a private foster, and three others are permanent residents.  PAWS takes care of basic veterinary expenses for many of the cats, and Project MEOW has generously donated some food, but we need still need to pay for the bulk of the food, litter, cat furniture, toys and so on. We would also like to build an emergency veterinary expense fund. 



In return for your patronage, you get frequent cat and kitten pictures and videos. Toad Hall is owned and operated by Mike VanHelder, who is also the main photographer. We will also be featuring images by guest photographers who are donating their time and effort to the cause.


 
Current Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall residents (as of October 2018) include:

  • Solomon, 15 years old. A great big old man of a cat. His mother Minerva was rescued off of the street while in a very pregnant state and he was born under a bed shortly thereafter.
  • Oona. Hung out on the porch until she was invited in. She went from this to this.
  • Catt Murdock, the Cat Without Fear. She ran into the house one day while she was still a kitten and just made herself at home.
  • Egon, 3 years old. Our longest-term foster. Rescued as a three-month-old in 2014, from the undercarriage of a pickup truck during a thunderstorm. He has already had a major surgery and is beset with behavioral challenges, and so he has been difficult to place with a permanent home.
  • Roxanne, aka Amy. PAWS rescue. Roxanne is FIV-positive, so she and her kittens need to be kept apart from the rest of the household. Cats with FIV can lead fairly healthy, normal lives, but they require special care and attention, especially to their teeth and gums, and their lifetime medical expenses are usually higher . She is available for adoption.
  • Braeburn. PAWS rescue. Braeburn is roughly 4 months old and is a very unusual and difficult case. A hermaphrodite, born with both sets of sex organs, Braeburn also has several birth defects and was born without eyelids or an anus. Braeburn needs surgery to correct both issues, but needs to be nursed back to health in order to survive the surgeries. We're fundraising to pay for the surgeries now, but in the meantime s/he uses a lot of supplies -- litter, laundry, special food, diapers, syringes and needles and so on.
  • Pablito, a beautiful orange tabby boy, about 2 years old. Pablito has got issues with trusting humans. I managed to socialize his two siblings and find them permanent homes, but Pablito just never liked or trusted me and remains very spooky. He has zero interest in attention from people, but he is absolutely in love with his best friends Solomon and Egon. It will take some work to find him his forever home.
  • Bramble is a nine-month old orange tabby boy. He's a holy terror, racing around and teasing all of the other cats, but ultimately he just wants to be friends and play. He is a foster and is available for adoption, but if I'm going to be honest, I'm thinking about keeping him.
  • Bao Bao, Ludmilla and The Great Panjandrum are three kittens, two females and a male, roughly six to eight weeks old. They were street rescues that were separated from their mother way too early, and I had to bottle-feed them until they were old enough to eat food on their own. Right now they've got some bad intestinal parasites and therefore diarrhea, so... that's no fun at all. 





If you're interested in adopting any of these tiny furballs, get in touch with Project MEOW. Once all the fosters are out of the house, I'll be suspending this page -- at least until the next round of fosters comes in!
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Goals
$190 of $270 per month
Right now, between the adult cats and the kittens, the little monsters go through about 3000-4000 kcal a day in cat food. The kittens need a good mix of wet and dry, so it comes to $120 a month in dry and $150 in wet food/month, not counting treats.
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Here at The Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall we are devoted to creating the very cutest kitten pictures. It costs between $450-600 a month to operate The Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall, not counting emergencies, so we are launching this Patreon to exchange our residents' cuteness for your cash.


The Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall has a current population of eleven feline souls, all street rescues. Several of them are being fostered through PAWS -- we are a PAWS-approved foster home. One is a private foster, and three others are permanent residents.  PAWS takes care of basic veterinary expenses for many of the cats, and Project MEOW has generously donated some food, but we need still need to pay for the bulk of the food, litter, cat furniture, toys and so on. We would also like to build an emergency veterinary expense fund. 



In return for your patronage, you get frequent cat and kitten pictures and videos. Toad Hall is owned and operated by Mike VanHelder, who is also the main photographer. We will also be featuring images by guest photographers who are donating their time and effort to the cause.


 
Current Home for Wayward Kittens at Toad Hall residents (as of October 2018) include:

  • Solomon, 15 years old. A great big old man of a cat. His mother Minerva was rescued off of the street while in a very pregnant state and he was born under a bed shortly thereafter.
  • Oona. Hung out on the porch until she was invited in. She went from this to this.
  • Catt Murdock, the Cat Without Fear. She ran into the house one day while she was still a kitten and just made herself at home.
  • Egon, 3 years old. Our longest-term foster. Rescued as a three-month-old in 2014, from the undercarriage of a pickup truck during a thunderstorm. He has already had a major surgery and is beset with behavioral challenges, and so he has been difficult to place with a permanent home.
  • Roxanne, aka Amy. PAWS rescue. Roxanne is FIV-positive, so she and her kittens need to be kept apart from the rest of the household. Cats with FIV can lead fairly healthy, normal lives, but they require special care and attention, especially to their teeth and gums, and their lifetime medical expenses are usually higher . She is available for adoption.
  • Braeburn. PAWS rescue. Braeburn is roughly 4 months old and is a very unusual and difficult case. A hermaphrodite, born with both sets of sex organs, Braeburn also has several birth defects and was born without eyelids or an anus. Braeburn needs surgery to correct both issues, but needs to be nursed back to health in order to survive the surgeries. We're fundraising to pay for the surgeries now, but in the meantime s/he uses a lot of supplies -- litter, laundry, special food, diapers, syringes and needles and so on.
  • Pablito, a beautiful orange tabby boy, about 2 years old. Pablito has got issues with trusting humans. I managed to socialize his two siblings and find them permanent homes, but Pablito just never liked or trusted me and remains very spooky. He has zero interest in attention from people, but he is absolutely in love with his best friends Solomon and Egon. It will take some work to find him his forever home.
  • Bramble is a nine-month old orange tabby boy. He's a holy terror, racing around and teasing all of the other cats, but ultimately he just wants to be friends and play. He is a foster and is available for adoption, but if I'm going to be honest, I'm thinking about keeping him.
  • Bao Bao, Ludmilla and The Great Panjandrum are three kittens, two females and a male, roughly six to eight weeks old. They were street rescues that were separated from their mother way too early, and I had to bottle-feed them until they were old enough to eat food on their own. Right now they've got some bad intestinal parasites and therefore diarrhea, so... that's no fun at all. 





If you're interested in adopting any of these tiny furballs, get in touch with Project MEOW. Once all the fosters are out of the house, I'll be suspending this page -- at least until the next round of fosters comes in!

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Kitten pictures.
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Kitten pictures.
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