Myah was found at a Carl's Jr on a very busy street. She was very frightened and hard to catch. Finally she was caught and went to a foster right away. Her foster noticed that her ear was injured and took her to the Vet. They found that her right ear had been burned on something... maybe from being underneath a car. The Vet said to let the ear heal on its own and now she has a little bear cub ear.
After the first Vet visit, she went to another foster.
Ava was already at the second foster's house. She had been found all by herself, in an office complex, one mile away from Myah, on the same busy street, one day apart.
When they saw each other at the foster's, they were instant friends. No sniffing each other, or checking each other out... they already knew each other!
We think they are sisters who were taken along the streets and dumped from a car.
Good fortune has brought them together again.
Both girls are 6 months old, spayed, FelV/FIV negative, have all their vaccinations and are microchipped.
Ava is a lovebug. She loves to be petted and carried around. Just an angel.
Myah is a little more shy because of her scary start but she is loving when she knows she is safe. She loves treats. She will come running when she hears the crinkling of the bag.
They are both so soft. Beautiful grey fur with orange highlights.
They don't absolutely have to be adopted together... but it would be so good for them if they were. They love each other, and they are a comfort to each other.
Two cats are almost as easy to take care of as one. These girls eat from the same bowls and they share a litterbox. They will keep each other company when no one is home, or when everyone is busy.
If you are interested in meeting Ava and Myah, please send an email.
There is a $30 re-homing fee to help cover the cost of their care. There is also a home check. I know that sounds invasive, but it's not about housekeeping. It's about screens on windows, and where they will sleep... things like that. It's just to keep them safe.
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