On Sunday, May 29th, Mermaid was reunited with her son Chato at the foster’s house after 16 days apart. When they saw each other again for the first time they immediately touched noses in a greeting and then mom licked his head and proceeded to steal his soft bed! Chato didn't mind though, he sat on the floor next to her. Next they ate their dinner out of the same bowl. Chato started to eat more after his mom arrived and together they groom, snuggle, play, sleep, and watch birds out the window.
After all these two cats have been through, including a stressful period of separation, it would be so wonderful for them to be adopted together into a forever home with humans who will appreciate their unique qualities as well as the loving bond they have. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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