Feral Cat Tells Rescuers She's Ready to Leave Forest Life Behind, Now 2 Weeks Later..


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A sweet feral cat with the cutest little "blep" walked up to her caregivers one day and told them that she was ready to leave the forest life behind.

Meet QuinnBunny!


Rescuers from TinyKittens, a rescue group in Langley, British Columbia, have been working tirelessly on a TNR project (Feral Fix-a-thon) to help 34 feral cats.

"27 of them recovered from their spay/neuter surgeries in our care and have been returned to their homes in the wild. Seven cats remain in our care, and at least four of those seven will be adopted into loving homes once they are healthy," TinyKittens said.

QuinnBunny is one of the seven cats that are ready to start their indoor lives. She's a special little girl with a gentle heart.

When she first came to the rescuers, she immediately caught their attention with that cute little face. Though very shy, little QinnBunny wanted to be loved.


After she was taken in by the rescuers, QuinnBunny snuggled closely with her fur buddy, Macey, for that much-needed comfort.

The sweet kitty had been living with a lot of dental issues and pain. She was nervous to be taken to new surroundings but was thankful that she was finally getting the help she desperately needed.


QuinnBunny is under two years old. On her spay day, she had several teeth removed, and will likely need more extractions in the future. Staff from TinyKittens are determined to get her the help she needs to live a pain-free life.

After she moved into foster care, she was a bit scared to find herself in a new environment, but when she saw the people that cared for her, she began to relax and even let them pet her.


A few tooth extractions later, her personality came out and she couldn't be happier.


QuinnBunny snuggles with two other former ferals in their foster home.

No more worrying about shelter and food. From now on, these little fur buddies will be loved and spoilt.


It's been two weeks since QuinnBunny moved into a comfortable home. The sweet little girl doesn't miss her forest life.

Who could possibly say no to that face!


"QuinnBunny is looking for a VERY special home because she will need ongoing dental care," TinyKttens added.

This smiley kitty has so much snuggle potential. Now what she needs is a forever family to cuddle with and a place to call her own.


If you would like to support their rescue efforts, click here to see how you can help. If you are interested in adopting, click here for more info. Follow TinyKittens on Facebook.


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