Beautful Miss Melody Still Waits for Her Forever Home!

Beautiful Miss Melody is only 1 year old but still a kitten at heart! She loves to play but she also loves to be cuddled & pet! Melody is a super sweet girl who has been waiting a long time to find her forever home!  She’s been at our location since September.
One of our sweet volunteers has been fostering Melody because she has gotten so tired of being in the cat room – she needed a vacation!
Melody gets along well with most kitties & would be a good fit for any household! She has been spayed, has all vaccinations up to date, tested for FIV & FeLeuk & treated for fleas/ear mites.  Her adoption fee is only $25 (Reg. $50) & she will go home with a $25 Pet Supplies “Plus” gift card too!
To ADOPT MELODY, SUBMIT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION HERE:  ADOPT A KITTY!
Please help us find Melody her forever home soon so she can celebrate the New Year in a happy, loving home!!

We Have 2 Adorable New Babies – Joey & Julie!

These two sweet little balls of fur came to our location on Tuesday.  Aren’t they adorable??

Joey is a sweet little purrball – every time you hold him he turns on the motor!  He & Julie love playing chase with each other & anything else that moves.  It’s non-stop playtime when these two are out & about!

If it’s been awhile since you’ve had a kitten, it’s easy to forget how much energy they have and all of the things they can get into.  Kitten-proofing their environment is highly recommended!  When they are this small, it is very easy for kittens to play or hide in spaces around your house you might not consider.  Also, remember that kittens are extremely curious.  Everything is brand new to them!  They are exploring their world.  It’s up to you to make sure their world is a safe place for them to play.  That’s another post!

Better stop by & visit them soon because these 2 sweet babies won’t be waiting long for their forever homes!

Joey & Julie’s adoption fee is $100.

We offer a special rate of $150 when adopting 2 kittens age 8months or younger together!  Double the fun!  Plus, they will keep each other busy and have a playmate with the same energy level.

All Cats and kittens adopted from Ten Lives Club receive:

  • Physical exam by our shelter vet (30-day health guarantee)
  • Spay/neutering
  • Feline Leukemia and FIV testing
  • Flea and worm treatment
  • Ear Mite treatment
  • First distemper and rabies vaccinations (kittens if old enough)
  • Medical Background Sheet listing all treatments/vaccines/health evaluation by our shelter vet
  • Free Veterinarian Visit Certificate to any affiliated Veterinarian in the Buffalo, New York area ($40 Value!)

Stop in & visit Joey & Julie at Pet Supplies “Plus” in East Amherst!
We are located at 9630 Transit Road, E. Amherst, NY

For more information about adopting a kitty from Ten Lives Club, visit our Adopt A Kitty page.

To set up a Meet & Greet with Joey or Julie, submit the form below.  

 

Story of Tommy (Tiger Boy) and Gina (Crystal)

Ten Lives Club received a very heartfelt e-mail from the proud purr-parent of these 2 beautiful babies!

Cara adopted Crystal & Tiger (now named Tommy & Gina) together from our adoption location at Pet Supplies “Plus” in E. Amherst back in February during our “Best Friends – The One” promotion.

The following is Cara’s story:

“On November 21, 2013, I had to take my 12 year old cat to the vet in the middle of the night. It was 2:00am. Angelo was diabetic and was on insulin for about a year. What I thought would be a trip for different medication and then back home to bed turned in to one of the worst times in my life.

Before I could take my jacket off and sit in the exam room while they took Angelo in the back, the vet rushed in and said “we have him on life support, doing CPR. Do you want us to keep going? “.  My first thought was that they had the wrong room. I brought in Angelo. He isn’t that bad. Apparently he got “that bad” real quick. After 8 times of telling them to “keep going”, I asked if he would be ok if he came through. The answer was devastating to me and at 4am, Angelo passed away.  He had diabetes and cancer.

I was taken out of work for three weeks during the month of December, diagnosed with Major Medical Depression. I was on medication and not getting any better. I was truly all alone. My family lived in another state and it has always been just me and Angelo. Now it’s just me. I have never been diagnosed with anything and never on medication so this was all scary to me. My friends and family told me the best thing to do is get another cat.

Get another cat?? How could I do that! There is no way I will ever get another cat! I can’t go through this ever again!  So I thought…

I heard about Ten Lives Club through some friends and in January, just playing on the internet one day, decided to take a look and see what it was all about. I knew I would not get another cat so what’s the harm in looking around their website? After all, how could I do that to my Angelo? Replace him just like that?

I looked at all the cats on the website and cried and cried. One day, I saw a beautiful cat on the TLC website named Carly. She looked sooo much like my Angelo! In the pic, she was “photo bombed” by another cat named Tiger Boy. That made me smile and I kept my eye on Carly, hoping and praying she would get adopted.

After a few days I thought I needed to snap out of this…stop being silly…go see Carly and get over this depression. On a Saturday morning, I got dressed, grabbed my keys, got in the car to go see her and couldn’t leave the garage. I cried and cried. I wasn’t ready.

I kept looking on the website and somehow, Carly and Tiger Boy were just stuck in my heart. Then the day came that Carly was adopted. YAY!! I was soo happy, I cried but this time, tears of joy! I thought, I CAN DO THIS!! So I got dressed the next day and off I went.

When I arrived at the Ten Lives Club in East Amherst, I sat in the car for a few minutes, took a deep breath and in I went! After all, it’s February and it has been 3 months since Angelo had passed. I need to try and help myself get out of this depression.

I walked to the back of the store to the room with big windows. I looked in and there they were! All that I have seen on the website! There was Skye, Crystal and Tiger Boy! I cried, I smiled, I walked away, I walked back, I cried, I smiled…it was a time of all emotions.

I saw a beautiful lady and an adorable boy in the room with the kitties and I thought “I hope they are there to adopt them all!” As it turned out, it was Amy, a TLC Volunteer and her son Matthew. They asked if I wanted to come in and I shook my head yes. I went in and started crying.

I told Amy my story and she and Matthew were just amazing. Listening to my every word…handing me Kleenex…hugging me…then we started talking about the kitties.  Skye was doing her own thing but Tiger Boy and Crystal were playing, running, jumping, having so much fun. I told Amy that I had my eye on Tiger Boy and told her my story of trying to come see Carly.

I then found out Crystal was a stray picked up in October and has been in the shelter ever since. That is a long time! Matthew was telling me funny stories of these two and I finally looked at Amy and I said, “I’ll take them! “She looked at me kind of funny and said “you want BOTH?” I said “YES!”

Amy was so happy that Crystal finally was getting a home and that Tiger Boy was going with her! Amy made the calls and I filled out the papers and I was now a proud owner of two beautiful fur babies!

On my drive home, I was laughing as I thought about how I was saying I would NEVER get another cat again. So what do I do? I get two! Angelo was my only child and he preferred that. I always thought he should have a friend to keep him company while I am at work but he wouldn’t hear of it. So here I go…two kittys in the back seat and me to start a new life with them.

I already had names picked out for them before I even left the store. Crystal, the beautiful 3 year old Calico and Tommy Boy, the 7 month old Orange Tabby had names but that was their shelter names. I wanted them to have “forever home” names. So being a big Bon Jovi fan, I thought about a Bon Jovi song called “Living on a Prayer”. It is about a couple named Tommy and Gina who are living on a prayer getting through life.  I figured all the kitties at the shelters are living on a prayer to find a home and these two are now going to have a new life so I named them Tommy and Gina.

It’s been 5 months since Angelo passed and almost 3 months that I have had Tommy and Gina and I could not be happier! From the first night, the three of us slept in the same bed. Gina at the foot of the bed and Tommy as close to me as he can possibly get, with his face resting on my cheek and paws on my shoulders. I can’t breathe but he is comfortable!

On the very first night as we were sleeping, it was as if Tommy realized they were not in cages any longer so he walks gently over to Gina, gives her a good WHAP!!!! on the head as if to say “we have this whole house to run and play…wake up!! “ And off they go! They run full speed through the house, down in the basement, up the stairs to the main floor, then upstairs to the bedrooms and all the time jumping over furniture, sliding across tables and enjoying life!

Gina is a little more mellow then Tommy.  She was a stray and then in a shelter for 4 months so she did not have much interaction with people, who wanted to hug her, pet her, hold her, love her. Tommy is a playful kitten and loves to get in to everything.

Gina, at first, would let me pet her for about 5 seconds then that was enough for her. That’s all changed. She is coming around now, sleeps closer to me, lets me pet her and even hold her. Not for long but she is made much improvement. No hurry- no pressure! We all have a longgg life ahead of us and in time, she will be 100% confident! I am 100% sure of it!

Tommy is already spoiled more than any cat should be. I bought tons of toys for them (I had gotten rid of everything “Angelo” the day he passed away so I had to start from scratch). His favorite toy is the crinkle balls. But not the big ones! They HAVE to be the little ones. I know this because somehow all the little ones disappeared and he wouldn’t play with other toys as much. I went out and bought more but they were out of the little ones, so I got the bigger ones. He plays with them but it’s not the same so I drove to 4 stores and finally found the smaller ones. When those too disappeared, I tore the house apart and yes…they were under the refrigerator…under the stove…in his water dish…and even in the litter box! He loves those toys! He even plays fetch! For hours, I flick the crinkle ball across the room and he brings it back and drops it at my feet. If I am not paying attention, he puts his paw on my foot so I know he and the crinkle ball are there ready to go!

Now Gina is getting in to the action! She has a favorite lil pink pillow that she will toss in the air and run after!

I can’t say which one is the bully of the two as if one wants to play, that one just walks over to the other, grabs the tail or whaps their head and off they go! The run, they tackle each other, then they run some more!

Many times, I will be sitting downstairs and hear the commotion upstairs of them just running and playing. It is no longer a quiet house, that’s for sure!  It’s just so much fun to see them having so much fun!

They do have some down time too. When the hours of wrestling is over and one calls a truce, they both love sitting in the sun and watching the birds and squirrels in my yard. I even rearranged the furniture in my living room to where they each have their own window to look out of.  I can’t watch TV now without getting a stiff neck but they can watch everything going on outside!

I never thought I would get over the depression of losing my beloved Angelo and I probably never will but with the help of Ten Lives Club, I am definitely doing much better.  Tommy, Gina and I all have a bond that I can’t explain.

It hasn’t even been 3 months since I brought them to their furr-ever home and in that short time we all became best friends!  I am sure this bond will last a lifetime and I only hope I bring them as much joy as they bring me!”   By – Cara A., Cheektowaga, New York

What a beautiful story!  Quite a testament to the value of having a kitty (or kitties!) in your home & as part of your family.

I was so thrilled when I first got the call about these 2 & beyond happy when they found such a wonderful, loving forever home!

Cara posts pics & updates regularly on our Facebook pages.  Thanks so much Cara!  Ten Lives Club volunteers and supporters LOVE to hear  our kitties forever home stories and see pictures of their happy lives!

Bringing purr-parents and their forever furr-babies together is the most rewarding experience EVER!

Meet Betty Lou!

Meet Betty Lou!  She is approximately 6 years old & a beautiful Siamese/Silver Tabby mix who has lots of love to give.  She can’t wait to find her purrfect forever home!  Betty Lou is super sweet & gets along well with all the other kitties.

She loves to get belly rubs & rolls over waiting for you to make sure she gets one!  Since she is part Siamese, she likes to TALK to you!

She would fit right in to any household & be a wonderful addition to your family.

She is front paw de-clawed & needs to be an indoor only kitty since she has no way to defend herself.

Betty Lou has been spayed, has all of her vaccinations up to date and tested negative for FeLeuk & FIV.

Betty Lou’s adoption fee is $50 & includes all of the additional medical/preventative treatment below.

All Cats and kittens adopted from Ten Lives Club receive:

  • Physical exam by our shelter vet (30-day health guarantee)
  • Spay/neutering
  • Feline Leukemia and FIV testing
  • Flea and worm treatment
  • Ear Mite treatment
  • First distemper and rabies vaccinations (kittens if old enough)
  • Medical Background Sheet listing all treatments/vaccines/health evaluation by our shelter vet
  • Free Veterinarian Visit Certificate to any affiliated Veterinarian in the Buffalo, New York area ($40 Value!)

Stop in & visit Betty Lou at Pet Supplies “Plus” in East Amherst!
We are located at 9630 Transit Road, E. Amherst, NY

For more information about adopting, visit our Adopt A Kitty page.
If you would like to pre-qualify to adopt Betty Lou, submit an Adoption Application online.

To set up a Meet & Greet with Betty Lou, submit the form below.   You will be contacted right away to schedule a day & time to visit Betty Lou outside of her cage in our enclosed cat room!

Meet Sweet Miss Mary!

This sweet little girl has already been through so much in her short life!  Miss Mary is approximately 1- 1/2 years old and very recently had a litter of kittens.  Apparently, her previous “owner” couldn’t be bothered to get her spayed before she got pregnant.  So when she did have her litter, they boxed Miss Mary and her babies up in a cardboard box and left them outside of a vet’s clinic in the cold.  Who knows how long they were sitting outside before being discovered!

Luckily, she and her babies were rescued before succumbing to the extreme temperatures.  Our area has had single digit cold & wind chills below zero for almost two months straight.

Miss Mary & her kittens were fostered by volunteers from Operation PETS until her kittens were weaned.  Operation PETS turned them over to Ten Lives Club so they could all find their forever homes.

Miss Mary came to our location on Monday along with Gus & Andy.  She is a sweet, beautiful black and white domestic short hair kitty.

Normally, her adoption fee would be $75, but during the month of February we are running a Valentine Adoption Special so her adoption fee is only $14 through the end of this month!

Miss Mary has been spayed, has all of her vaccinations up to date and tested negative for FeLeuk & FIV.  PLUS, we offer a free veterinarian visit certificate with adoption!  There are many vets on the affiliated vets list all over Buffalo & the surrounding suburbs – your vet is probably on the list.

Stop in & visit Miss Mary at Pet Supplies “Plus” in East Amherst.
We are located at 9630 Transit Road, E. Amherst, NY.

For more information about adopting a kitty from Ten Lives Club, visit our Adopt A Kitty page.

To set up a Meet & Greet with Miss Mary, submit the form below & you will be contacted right away!

Meet Brothers Gus and Andy!

These two sweet orange boys just came to us on Monday.  They were recently surrendered when their previous owner of five years had to move into an assisted living facility.  A family member took them into their home but Gus and Andy could not adjust to their other pets and noisy kids.  They are used to living in a nice quiet home with no other pets or young children.

Right now, they are very scared and confused about their situation.  They don’t understand what’s happening to them or why they’ve been shuttled around so much.  Most cats get pretty stressed even under normal circumstances when they have to travel.  Gus and Andy were already very stressed before being transferred from the main shelter in Hamburg to our adoption location at Pet Supplies “Plus” in E. Amherst.  The main Ten Lives Club shelter is at least 20 miles away, so it’s about a 40 to 45 minute drive!  Not fun being stuck in a travel crate for a long drive!

Gus and Andy are approximately 5 years old and they are brothers.  They’ve lived together their whole lives and need to be adopted together into a quiet home with no other pets or young children.

Gus and Andy’s regular adoption fee, as a pair, would normally be $50 but during the month of February, we are running a Valentine Adoption Special so their adoption fee is only $28 through the end of this month!

They have both been neutered, have all of their vaccinations up to date and tested negative for FeLeuk & FIV.  PLUS, we offer a free veterinarian visit certificate with adoption!  Each kitty would get a certificate.  There are many vets on the affiliated vets list all over Buffalo & the surrounding suburbs – your vet is probably on the list.

Stop in & visit these two sweet brothers – Gus & Andy at Pet Supplies “Plus” in East Amherst.
We are located at 9630 Transit Road, E. Amherst, NY.

For more information about adopting a kitty from Ten Lives Club, visit our Adopt A Kitty page.

To set up a Meet & Greet with Gus and Andy, please submit the form below.

And Then There Were None…Skye Found Her Forever Home on Sunday!

Just when I thought this past week couldn’t get any better for adoptions, it did!

Sunday afternoon I got a call from a lady who had just lost their previously adopted Ten Lives Club kitty of 13 years very suddenly. She and her husband needed another furbaby to fill the huge hole in their hearts.

She mentioned to me that she felt a little bit guilty for wanting to adopt a new kitty so soon but their house just felt so empty without the kitty they had loved for 13 wonderful years.  It’s natural to feel that way when you are grieving.

Kim, our volunteer who met them at the store to visit Skye, told them – “You rescued one kitty 13 years ago and gave her a wonderful life.  Now you have the chance to rescue another kitty – it’s Skye’s turn now”.  What a beautiful way to look at an otherwise sad situation!

The couple fell in love with Skye of course!  They took her home with them to start a whole new life with sweet, loving purr-parents.  She will be showered with all the love and attention she deserves for the rest of her life!  Skye will be a member of their family and know without a doubt that finally, she has found her forever home.

Within just a few hours, I received a sweet e-mail from them with pictures of Skye in her new forever home.  She looks so happy & right at home already!

WE ARE ABSOLUTELY THRILLED YOU FOUND SUCH A WONDERFUL FOREVER HOME SWEET GIRL!

ALL OUR LOVE GOES WITH YOU!

Ten Lives Club 12th Annual Fur Ball – Mark Your Calendar!

2014 Fur Ball

Ten Lives Club 12th Annual Fur Ball 2014

TEN LIVES CLUB PRESENTS TWELFTH ANNUAL “FURBALL”

 Join us on Sunday, March 9th from 1:00 – 6:00 pm at Ten Lives Club Twelfth Annual Fur Ball at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 36 Pierce Avenue in Hamburg!

No admission fee!  The FurBall is a family-friendly event and children are welcome to attend.

All proceeds from the Fur Ball event benefits Ten Lives Club Cat Rescue and Adoption group.  Ten Lives Club is a non-profit organization with over 350+ cats and kittens in their total program.

  • Live music featuring local talent “The Buffalo 5”
  • Basket raffle with 100+ theme baskets!
  • Vendors displaying their crafts & other goods
  • Raffles
  • 50/50s
  • Delicious homemade food & desserts available for purchase
  • Cash bar with the featured drink of the day called “The Furball”
  • Cats available for adoption at reduced adoption rates!
  •  Feline attire optional that day, casual dress encouraged!

Ten Lives Club is accepting gift certificates or items of any kind & value to be used at this event. 

Tax deductible receipts for anything donated can be provided

Vendor space available!  Interested vendors please contact Joan @ 716-390-7697

For information on the Fur Ball please contact 716-646-5577

Here’s Beautiful Skye!

This is beautiful Skye! She is 5 years young & was surrendered to Ten Lives Club because her previous PREGNANT owner decided she couldn’t keep her anymore. There’s a simple solution to that – have someone else in the family clean the litter box.

Apparently, for some thoughtless people, it’s just easier to “get rid of” a cat than to ask someone else in the family to do something as simple as scoop/clean a litter box. To me, this equates to Skye as being an object or piece of property to a person with this mentality. Not a member of the family – as every pet should be.

It’s a good thing she is with us now so she can find the loving forever home that deserves her! She is a little bit shy & confused right now – poor baby!  But she is beginning to come out of her shell & loves to get pets & rub her head on your hand.  She’s a very sweet, loving girl who needs a forever home with a loving family that will consider her a member of their family.  Not “a thing” to discard when there’s an inconvenience or “life event”.

Skye’s regular adoption fee is $25 but during the month of February, we are running a Valentine Adoption Special so her adoption fee is only $14!

She is front paw declawed, spayed, has all of her vaccinations up to date and tested negative for FeLeuk & FIV.

PLUS, we offer a free veterinarian visit certificate with adoption!  There are many vets on the affiliated vets list all over Buffalo & the surrounding suburbs – your vet is probably on the list.

Stop in & visit Skye at Pet Supplies “Plus” in East Amherst!  She’ll steal your heart!
We are located at 9630 Transit Road, E. Amherst, NY

For more information about adopting a kitty from Ten Lives Club, visit our Adopt A Kitty page.

To set up a Meet & Greet with Skye, submit the form below:

Valentine’s Day Adoption Promotion – February 14 to 28!

V-Day Promo

Ten Lives Club will be participating in the Best Friends No More Homeless Pets Network’s Nation “The One” promotion this February. All adoption locations included!  Find your furry Valentine this weekend – will you be “The One”?

From February 14th – February 28th, we will offer reduced adoption fees for all of our kitties!

Adult cats over 9 months old can be adopted for only $14 (Regular adoption fee is $75)!

Kittens 9 months and under will be $14 off our regular adoption rate (Regular adoption fee is $100)

All of our kitties have been thoroughly examined by our Ten Lives Club shelter vet, spayed/neutered, treated for fleas, ear mites & worms, have had all of their vaccinations up to date and tested for FeLeuk & FIV.

PLUS, we offer a free veterinarian visit certificate with adoption (a $40 value)!  There are many vets on the affiliated vets list all over Buffalo & the surrounding suburbs – your vet is probably on the list!  We provide you with every kitties shelter medical record to take with you on the first vet visit so your vet will have the most recent medical history.

This is a great time to find that special furry Valentine to add to your family!

Stop in to Pet Supplies “Plus” at 9630 Transit Road, East Amherst, New York & visit our kitties waiting to find their forever Valentines!

Carley, Tiger, Frappe, Crystal & Skye say “Will you be THE ONE?”

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