Feast your eyes on these playful, funny, and charming felines from Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats. The charm school began when "Headmistress Simons" moved into a 100-year-old craftsman home in Southern Los Angeles and discovered several stray feral cats living in her shed. Simons quickly found that cats can have a lot of babies and just adopting them out would not fix the problem. After hearing about TNR, which stands for trap, neuter, release, Simons got her colony fixed and began helping other colonies in the Southern LA-area get their cats fixed, socialized, and adopted out. Finally in 2009, Simons applied for and received the non-profit status for Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats.
The cats from the original Kitty Bungalow colony still live on Simons's grounds. The OGs include Mama Cat, Target, Manilla, Phillip, Jekyll, Moby, Tina, Stubs, Evie, Yogi and Wally. Here you can find pictures of these kitties and the numerous other cats the organization has helped. If virtual cat cuddles aren't enough, stop by BUST's Spring Craftacular Saturday, May 7th in Downtown LA. Kitty Bungalow will have a "Kitten Cabana" set up in the video room, where you can play with the cats and get crafty for a great cause. In the meantime, enjoy these cuties:
Images via Facebook//Kitty Bungalow Charm School
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