Our Mom and Dad got fixed this week and they live outside where they are happier, they have been living that way for years and are too set in their ways to change now. We are exclusively indoor kitties now and my brother and I are adjusting to life inside, where it is safe.
Our foster family has assured us that we will be able to find a forever home for where we can stay together. We have had so much change in our lives, living on the street with mom and dad, taken away from them, going to the shelter, then the foster family. We are so attached to each other and we are all we have, so please if we can be adopted together in our forever home that would be our dream!
We are both a bit shy, at first my brother was more outgoing than me, now I am more brave that he!. Our foster family saved us from a life on the streets and wishes to find our forever home where we can be loved and give love in return. They tell me that no matter what, if our new family decides that it is not working out we can come home any time no questions asked and they will love, and keep us until we have another chance at our forever home. I think that as the days go by we will have better profile photos, but we just wanted to put something out there for now. We are available to see visitors should they be serious about adopting us.
We are about 18 weeks, s/n, litter box trained, no worms or fleas, vaccinated and ready to find our forever home. Currently we live in foster care in Nassau County on LONG ISLAND inside a house on the same block where we were born.
P.S. We are not fussy eaters; we like canned food and kitten dry food and plenty of fresh water!
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