DOB: 02/26/12 & 03/23/13
Snowman (clipped ear) and Snowball are two special boys rescued from the city shelter. Both are handsome, blue-eyed Flame Point Siamese kitties. They were rescued separately, but once they met in their foster home they became best friends. They're like brothers.
Snowman was originally called 'This Cat' by his previous owners who dumped him at the shelter. Once he was rescued, he learned to love people again. He is so friendly and affectionate and loves head butts, chin scratches and being petted! Snowball was brought into the shelter as a stray. Once he gets to know you, he’ll cuddle up and loves attention. The boys love to play and chase each other and to snuggle up and take naps together. They also like to play with their foster friends.
Like many rescued kitties, they Snowman and Snowball are shy at adoption events. Also, adult kitties often wait months and even years to be adopted. If you're willing to give these wonderful blue-eyed 'brothers' a chance, a forever home, they'll love you so very much.
If you are interested in learning more about these kitties or in adopting them, please click here to email their foster dad.
If you are unable to send an email to the foster parent through the link included above, please contact us and let us know what kitty you're interested in. You may also fill out our adoption questionnaire to speed up the screening process. Be sure to name the cat in the CAT PREFERENCE field at the beginning of the questionnaire. If the above links aren't live, our contact form and questionnaire are available on our website at www.kittenrescue.org.
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