Foster Care Chronicles: The Mischievous Adventures of the Three Stooges Kittens

the Three Stooges, three adorable rescued kittens who share their names with the iconic comedy trio. These little furballs were full of energy and always up to mischief, just like their human counterparts. However, not all kittens are fortunate enough to have a safe and loving environment to thrive in. This is why it’s crucial to ensure that their basic needs are met, so they have the opportunity to explore and enjoy the world around them. Thankfully, their foster mom provided them with everything they needed to grow into happy and healthy cats.”

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The comedic trio known as The Three Stooges have been making audiences laugh for decades. Their slapstick humor and silly antics have become iconic in the world of comedy. From Curly’s wild hair to Larry’s high-pitched voice, each member of the group brought their own unique personality to the performances. Whether they were causing chaos on a construction site or getting into trouble at a fancy dinner party, The Three Stooges always found a way to bring laughter to their audience.

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Meet Curly, Moe, and Larry – the dynamic trio who exude an infectious energy that’s hard to ignore. Their names are a perfect match for their playful personalities. The fun never stops when these three are around, and they love nothing more than running around and playfully pouncing on one another.

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“I heard from Laura G in Manitoba,” said the individual.

The Three Stooges rescue kittens, Laura and Her Cats, Manitoba, Canada, Grateful Friends Rescue, Curly, Moe, Larry

After being quarantined for eight weeks, the Stooges were finally ready to hit the road with their hilarious comedy act. Adopting these kittens, who are not only amusing but also healthy and well-established, can be a fantastic experience for novice foster parents or those with more experience.

The Three Stooges rescue kittens, Laura and Her Cats, Manitoba, Canada, Grateful Friends Rescue, Curly, Moe, Larry

Moe and Curly were two adorable cats who seemed to be perfect in every way. However, Curly had a slightly curly front limb, which is known as angular limb deformity. But the good news was that this condition could sometimes correct itself with the help of an appropriate and healthy diet. Curly’s arm would heal over time with lots of playtime and a continued healthy diet. So, there was no need for splinting or any other medical intervention. We have noticed significant improvements in Curly’s condition in a very short period of time, and we hope that he will be just fine with a little bit of care and attention.

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The Three Stooges rescue kittens, Laura and Her Cats, Manitoba, Canada, Grateful Friends Rescue, Curly, Moe, Larry

Curly, one of the Three Stooges, kept the humorous pranks alive in the foster room with plenty of amusing hijinks.

The Three Stooges Kittens playing

Larry took charge of the group and his signature action was scaling up mom’s legs.

Larry the kitten climbs foster mom Laura G's leg

Larry thoroughly enjoys scaling his foster mother’s leg, much to her amusement. Recently, after being in quarantine, Larry met a pair of adorable blue-eyed Siamese cat twins named Cheech and Chong, who were equally playful and energetic. It was quite the sight to see the Three Stooges hanging out with these cuties!

Cheech and Chong the rescued Siamese twins in Manitoba, Laura and Her Cats, Laura G

Meet Cheech and Chong, the Siamese twins who were saved from a possible disaster. They were moved to a new foster home after an outbreak of feline parvovirus. Luckily, they remained unaffected by the virus, and resumed their fun-filled days with even more enthusiasm than before.

Cheech and Chong the rescued Siamese twins in Manitoba, Laura and Her Cats, Laura G, with The Three Stooges, 2

Their temporary caretaker was overjoyed to have the opportunity to spend more quality time with them, as evidenced by Laura’s Instagram stories showcasing their delightful personalities. Before long, they would embark on a journey to find their forever homes.

Cheech and Chong the rescued Siamese twins in Manitoba, Laura and Her Cats, Laura G, with The Three Stooges

When Curly was just 13 weeks old, he found his new home with two human owners and an older cat sibling. Despite having a curly arm from all his rough play, Curly no longer had any issues as he settled into his new family. He is a playful kitten who loves spending time with his human companions, always eager to chase or play with toys. Grateful Friends Animal Rescue raves about Curly’s fun-loving and active personality, guaranteeing he’ll bring lots of joy and entertainment to any home lucky enough to adopt him.

Grown-up Curly the kitten, The Three Stooges Kittens

Afterwards, Larry and Chong discovered a place to call their own alongside two cat siblings.

Larry and Chong find a home together

Larry and Chong have become housemates, while Moe has found a feline companion named after a popular character from The Office show, Dwight Schrute. However, Dwight eventually found a permanent home with another cat, leaving Moe still up for adoption at the all-volunteer-run Grateful Friends organization in Manitoba. If you’re interested in adopting a furry friend, be sure to check out their website for a list of available candidates.

Grown up Moe the kitten, The Three Stooges, Grateful Friends Animal Rescue

Moe has become a grown-up now! To know more about him, you can show your support by following Laura G on Instagram. If you’re in Winnipeg, you can get in touch with Grateful Friends Animal Rescue to adopt kittens and cats or to inquire about ways to help these adorable pets.

Playing foster kittens, Laura G, Laura and Her Cats, Grateful Friends Animal Rescue, Manitoba

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