Blue Polka-dotted Alley Cat Angel Sock Kitten

Blue polka-dotted Alley Cat Angel Sock Kitten by Elizabeth RuffingI have another Alley Cat Angel sock kitten, a blue one with dark-blue polka-dots, and a bright yellow fleece heart. Once again, ten dollars from the adoption of this sock kitten will go to a cat rescue.

Blue polka-dotted Alley Cat Angel Sock Kitten by Elizabeth RuffingThis angel was photographed with our purple ageratum, which blooms for a long while this time of year. Most of the other flowers have gone to sleep until spring.

Blue polka-dotted Alley Cat Angel Sock Kitten by Elizabeth RuffingHere is a view of the fleece wings. My first Alley Cat Angel had sock wings, but I like to work with fleece. So, I switched. I like the soft fuzziness.

Blue polka-dotted Alley Cat Angel Sock Kitten by Elizabeth RuffingThis girl or boy angel is available here in my Etsy toy shop. A list of my toys with a portion going to the animal charities can be found here.

Blue polka-dotted Alley Cat Angel Sock Kitten by Elizabeth RuffingI went to photograph more rescue cats and kittens. This is Miracle, who really is a miracle. The rescue has worked so hard to rejuvenate her, after she was very badly malnourished and her growth had been stunted. You can see here what she looked like when she was first rescued, and the transformation is incredible. There are more photos of Miracle in this album on Facebook.

Miracle kitten from Alley Cats and Angels Rescue of North Carolina, photo by Elizabeth RuffingMiracle is doing great now, and as of the other day, she is just shy of two pounds, which is a huge improvement for her. Here she is playing with a kitten who is approximately her own age. That’s how tiny she is! Now she has a round belly like all healthy kittens should have, and she is playing with toys too. All major turns for her.

Miracle kitten from Alley Cats and Angels Rescue of North Carolina, photo by Elizabeth RuffingMiracle is only in a cage, which is quite ample for her, temporarily, for safety when she is without human supervision, because she has had an atrophied leg, which is improving.

Miracle kitten from Alley Cats and Angels Rescue of North Carolina, photo by Elizabeth RuffingI watched her wrestle with her stuffed animals before getting tired. She settled in with her pink teddy bear for a nap.

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