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Jasmine and Kit (Kittne) are life-time liter-mates who will need continuous donations for food and medical bills throughout their lives!! Please donate one time, or sign up for a monthly sponsorship!
Jasmine and Kit are both almost 3 years old and have been with us sinc they were 6 weeks old. Put in a box and tossed out a car window, the car behind saved them and got them to rescue. Emaciated, covered in fleas and fighting an eye and upper respiratory infection, all 4 clung to life. All 4 survived, but we can only do so much ... it is up to instinct at a certain point. Once they got a clean bill of health, all kittens came into a foster home and were handled as much as possible. After 6 months of trying we decided it was best for both these babies to to let them do what nature was calling them to do. It isn't fair to euthanize a tame cat, nor is it humane to force them inside. But neither cat would liter train, and would not stop trying to climb walls and escape.
With a lot of thought and planning, we would not adopt them out as outdoor cats, our rescue only allows indoor house cats to be adopted.
So we carefully moved them to the horse barn where their foster mom worked and there was already a senior barn boy.
They now watch over a full 14 acre horse farm. Visited DAILY by her foster mom and tons of other peple who come and care for them during the day, they are living the life they love!
Due to them being an outdoor cats their expenses are higher as we want to make sure they has the best care possible. They are BOTH on YEAR round flea/tick/heart worm prevention, their diet is a higher quality, and we have to have special housing for them in the winter time.
They enjoys her life, and will always be a cat of our rescue!
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