My brother Sonny, myself and 3 siblings were born to a semi feral mom at a manufacturing shop. We were trapped because the nice workers were afraid we would get hurt around the machinery. Three of our siblings were adopted by the workers, and us two went to a foster home. We unfortunately had some intestinal problems and have undergone weeks of treatment. All of our fecal exams are negative, but we still have sensitive tummies and need to be on grain free, easy to digest food. We do have soft stool, but are very good about using a litter box and not making a mess.
We are still a little wary and shy around people, I am very timid, but we are getting better everyday . I am still a little hesitant about being picked up and held for very long, but we both come running for canned food and like being petted while we are eating. Sonny loves to have his belly rubbed, back scratched and will lay on his back on your lap
We would love to go to a new home together, since Sonny and I have been through a lot during the few months we have been around. We are very active, playful and silly at times. Since we are still young we will need to be taught the house rules. We have been tested, wormed, flea treated, vaccinated, rabies vaccinated and spayed.
We know we are special needs, but are confident that there is a special family willing to give us a forever home. We would do best in a home with older children who understand that we are shy and timid, will take time for us to get to know them and respect when we want to be left alone. We have a special adoption fee of $100.00 for both of us.
If you are interested in adopting us, please go to www.rosesrescue.net and fill out an adoption application. You will also be able to see the other animals available for adoption at that site.
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