A vehicle drove up the road toward a country home. The resident looked out and saw someone in the vehicle toss out two kittens. Unfortunately, he did not get the license plate number. Rescued Paws took them in, got them neutered and now they are in foster care. They are really shy. WEll, if abandonment had happened to you, wouldn't it be hard to trust another human? It's slow but they are learning to trust. It would be nice if they could be adopted together, though it's not essential. Blackie is (well) the black one, and Smokey is the grey tabby.
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