The Three Stooges were a comedy classic and namesakes for three goofy rescued kittens. Given all they needed, Curly, Moe, and Larry bounced off the walls, full of hilarious antics. This is how all kittens should be: able to have fun and tackle the world! But it’s only possible if their basic needs are met in safety and with ample love. That’s what their foster mom gave them.
“Introducing ✨The Three Stooges ✨ Curly – Moe – Larry. These three are giving serious ENERGY and could not possibly have been named more appropriately. Playtime never ends and their favorite thing to do is run and pounce on one another 😂,” shared Laura G. from Manitoba.
The Stooges were already about eight weeks old and would be ready to take their comedy act on the road after a quarantine. Taking in well-established, healthy, and funny kittens like these can be a great experience for first-time fosterers or those with any experience level.
Curly Has a Curly Arm
They were purrfect in every way, but Curly had a slightly curly front limb. Over time, Curly’s arm would heal without the need for splinting. He just needed lots of playtime!
“You may notice curly has a slight bend to his front arm; this is known as angular limb deformity. It can sometimes correct on its own once the kitten is put on an appropriate/healthy diet and in Curlys case we’ve noticed significant improvements in a very short period of time. Our hope/current assumption is that he will be fine with a continued healthy diet 🖤.”
The Three Stooges kept the shenanigans going in the foster room, with lots of funny antics.
Larry was the ring leader, and his signature move was climbing mom’s legs.
The Three Stooges Meet Cheech and Chong
After quarantine, the Three Stooges met equally cute and rambunctious blue-eyed Siamese wrestling twins Cheech and Chong!
Together, they went to another foster home after a sudden panleukopenia (feline parvovirus) outbreak. Fortunately, they avoided it and returned to keep the party going harder than ever before!
Their foster mom was happy to spend more time with them because they were a constant delight, as you can see in Laura’s Instagram stories. And soon, they would head out to find furever homes.
At 13 weeks old, Curly went to a home with an older feline sibling and was the “proud owner of 2 hoomans.” He no longer had any problems with his curly arm after all that rough and tumble playtime.
“Curly’s playful nature is contagious, and he loves to interact with his human companions as well. He is always up for a game of chase or a round of batting at toys. Overall, Curly is a fun-loving and active kitten who is sure to bring lots of joy and entertainment to any home,” shared Grateful Friends Animal Rescue.
Then, Larry and Chong found a home together with 2 feline siblings.
Meanwhile, Moe paired up with a kitten named after The Office character Dwight Schrute! Then, Dwight found a home with another kitty. At the time of this writing, Moe, now over four months old, may still be looking for a home at all-volunteer-run Grateful Friends in Manitoba. You can see more adoptable cuties on their website.
For more, you can follow along and support Laura G on Instagram. Those in the Winnipeg area can contact Grateful Friends Animal Rescue about kittens and cats for adoption or to find out how you can help cuties like these.