Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Two Abandoned Cats Looking For A Loving Home

Almost 2 weeks ago we started seeing two new little kitty cats at Bluffer's Park, abandoned in the area where the feral colony once lived.

On April 30th my friends Lynn and John Paul trapped them for me and took them to the vet. We are reasonably sure that these two were dumped together, since they appeared at the same time and are the same age, and since they appear to be familiar with each other. I have not named them yet.

These are two little boys, each approximately one year old. They are in good health. They were not neutered when rescued. They have since been neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and deflead (precautionary).

One is a Siamese, a handsome chocolate point I think, wonderful blue eyes, short hair. He is affectionate, friendly, personable. The other is completely black, medium length fur, striking yellow eyes. He is also affectionate, friendly and personable. The Siamese is a bit braver, whereas the black is a bit more tentative and shy. Both love attention and love to be petted.

Before we even captured them I had someone interested in adopting the black one. But then they decided not to at this time. I actually think that this is a sign that I should try to adopt them out as a pair. They have been through a lot together in their short little lives, and they deserve much better than being dumped in a park with no food, no shelter, cold at nights, no idea where to go or how to get help. Imagine how terrified they must have been! They had only each other for comfort.

This is a wonderful opportunity to adopt a young pair of loving cats who will repay you with many years of fun and companionship and devotion. If you are interested in adopting them, please contact me at 416 258-5061 (cell) or by email judithawilson@hotmail.com . If you are not in a position to adopt, please pass this along if you know of someone who might be interested.

 
If you are interested in adopting just one of them, please let me know that as well. I will try to keep them together if possible, but if not, they should both adapt well since they are still pretty young.

Thank you!
Cheers,

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