A New Beginning Feline Rescue and Adoption, Inc
Hampton, VA 23669 -2375
(757) 848-3776
gwenc4kittenrescue@verizon.net
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Cisco
Cisco was one "cool cat!". Whatever his family was working on, such as wrapping gifts, he was always there to help. Whenever they entertained, he was right there to steal the show. He perked up whenever the camera came out. Some of our friends have cried with us at his passing over the Rainbow Bridge. He was a very special kitty who will be greatly missed.


Millie
Millie lost her battle with cancer this past Sunday, April 17, 2016. She crossed the rainbow bridge and is now at peace. We loved and cared for Millie 32 months. During the time we had her, we were able to adopt her four adorable kittens. Afterwards she stayed with us and we were hopeful she also would find her forever family, but in Jan. 2015 a tumor was discovered and we made decision with the help of our Vet to let her live out the rest of her life with us. Millie brought us great joy and we miss her terribly; however she is in a better place now.


Beth
A New Beginning Feline (ANB) Rescue remembers our Cat Corner friend, Beth. Beth was born under a house which was across the street from Cat Corner. She and her brother were taken in as kittens and Cat Corner was their home for their entire life. Beth was much loved and a "fixture" in the kitchen where she watched the comings and goings from her perch on top of the cabinet. She loved her bed, her toys and Fancy Feast. She will always have a special place in the hearts of those who cared for her. Beth lived a long life and crossed the Rainbow Bridge to join her brother in September 2014.


Minne (Minnehaha)
Minne and her brother Hi were part of a litter of 6 kittens born to a stray Mom in Hampton. They were first sighted in July 2014 and then disappeared. Finally 2 returned to the same area in August and we were able to catch them. Sadly they were seriously ill and so we had to let them cross the Rainbow Bridge on 12 Sep 2014. They were sweet kittens and there is some comfort in knowing they did not suffer. We will remember them always.


Hi (Hiawatha)
Hi and his sister Minne were part of a litter of 6 kittens born to a stray Mom in Hampton. They were first sighted in July 2014 and then disappeared. Finally 2 returned to the same area in August and we were able to catch them. Sadly they were seriously ill and so we had to let them cross the Rainbow Bridge on 12 Sep 2014. They were sweet kittens and there is some comfort in knowing they did not suffer. We will remember them always.

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