Walter, 2014: Walter was brought into the veterinary hospital where our Founder, Jenni Riha, works. The young girl who brought him in was unable to care for him as he was so young and needed lots of TLC. She relinquished him to The Foster Kitten Project, and Jenni spent many hours helping him thrive. When he was old enough and healthy enough, he went to his furever home.
This photo was the model for our logo
Sawyer, 2017: Sawyer was the kitten that lit the fire in our founder's heart to start The Foster Kitten Project. Without this sad story with the happiest of endings, The Foster Kitten Project may have never been born.
When we were contacted about Sawyer, we knew he had siblings but could not find them. Once they were located, we couldn't get to them before a local shelter was called. All of Sawyer's siblings were picked up and euthanized because they were so young. It was a happy ending for Sawyer as he got to grow up and be adopted by a wonderful family that loves him.
Biaco, 2019: Found his forever home with a friend of our founders. He joined his sister Temmi, who was also adopted through The Foster Kitten Project. According to his Mom, Biaco is a complete 'derp' and loves to wrestles with his sister.