“We were in a box but we all jumped out and ran. A lady saw us and put out food for us. Later a lot of people took the two of us to a safe place. Now we just need a forever home. Can we stay together, please?”
It really took a village to get these two safe. They will be altered Sept. 14. They’re feline leukemia and AIDS negative, and are nice, purring, friendly kittens. Does somebody want a little ready made family?
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