Lucky Smokki

Lucky Smokki

Smokki was rescued from the Vis town dump along with her sister Sooti. We’re familiar with the Wellington colony, so when we saw some fresh new kittens with no mum in sight, we assumed they’d been dumped. We wanted to offer them a chance at a better life,...
Lucky Mouse

Lucky Mouse

Mouse came to us in a cardboard box with Bug and Kaha on April 3, 2020. Their mother had died, and they were just three days old. Mouse got his kitten name because that’s what he looked like at that age. We had hoped to put the three new kittens with a lactating...
Lucky Maki

Lucky Maki

Maki’s adoption photo (above), and how he looked when we first brought him in from the street (below) When we found little Maki, his right eye was badly damaged due to illness and needed to be removed. He has a quiet, gentle personality and gets along well with...
Lucky Mini

Lucky Mini

Mini is one of Sister Mimi’s last five kittens. We called this litter the panda crew because three of them looked like panda cubs at birth, with big spots covering their tiny ears. Unfortunately, only two of the five survived to adulthood. Lucky Mini lives with...
Lucky Tux

Lucky Tux

Tux is one of Sister Mimi’s last five kittens. We call this litter the panda crew because three of them looked like panda cubs at birth, with big spots covering their tiny ears. Lucky Tux lives with his mom and his sister Mini on our...
Lucky Sister Mimi

Lucky Sister Mimi

We first saw Sister Mimi on the day we rescued Welli from the dump, and once we made the connection about Welli having been one of our land cats, we looked at old photos again and saw that Sister Mimi had been with us too. We hadn’t planned to keep them both,...
Lucky Welli

Lucky Welli

Welli was found living at the rubbish dump known as Wellington. Due to her advanced state of pregnancy, poor health and remote location, we decided to take her in to give her and her kittens a chance at a good life. While looking through old photos, we discovered...
Lucky Petra

Lucky Petra

Hi, I’m Petra, and I was dumped. Yeah, you know: that thing people do when they get kittens they don’t want: they take us away from our mom when nobody’s looking and leave us someplace far from home. Sometimes they dump us near a nice house, hoping that...
Lucky Itsy

Lucky Itsy

Hi, I’m Itsy. My sister Bitsy and I were being fostered on Vis with five other kittens and were only going to stay a short while before going somewhere else to be fostered while waiting to find forever homes. We were all looking forward to the adventure, but I got...

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