Their owner writes:
I'm moving out of Arizona and sadly can't take my former feral wards with me. The 3 day drive would be too much and my daughter's home, where I will be staying, has a dog, 4 children and much noise. I hope you loving people can help find loving forever homes for them.
Puff (pic 1) is the mother of Stormy and Cali. She is the sister of Piff who is listed separately for adoption. After taking Piff home, I started caring for his sister, Puff, and her kittens. They were all born under a metal storage device. After Puff had Stormy (pic 2) and Cali (pic N/A), I trapped all three and had them spayed/neutered. I fed them daily and that drew dogs, which was a dangerous situation for the cats and it also attracted other cats. So, I brought them home to join Piff.
Puff is a DLH, female cat. She is very playful and loving. Stormy, the gentle giant, is a large male, DLH cat. He's extremely peaceful but hisses when he gets frightened. Cali is extremely shy and adores her mother, following her around. Cali is a DSH, tortoise shell with huge green eyes. She's so elusive I couldn't get a picture. They are a close knit group and I'd hate to see them split up.
Puff, Stormy & Cali, like Piff, will need an owner who has experience with former feral cats. Cali prefers the house while Puff and Stormy like to roam and play during the day outside. They have a cat door. Once you get to know them, you will see how loving and intelligent they are. Puff and Stormy love to be brushed and that is the one time that Cali will assert herself and see that she gets her share of the action. All 3 cats are healthy. Puff and Stormy recently had a vet visit and came thru with flying colors. They are former feral cats that need patience, a loving home, and NO DOGS.
From RAIN Rescue:
If you are interested in adopting these 3 beautiful cats, or maybe only one, please go to our website (www.azrain.org) and complete a Cat Interest Form. We will contact the cats' owner and have her get in touch with you. Adoption fee for the cats is $75 each.
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