They were very scared at first and we were not sure if they were feral or not. After softly speaking to them and slow approaches over the course of the day they calmed down enough to eat and began to relax. All of them had to be treated for fleas. They must have been miserable.
Obsidian and Sage found their forever home together in November only to be returned in January as the owner said they could not work with them. They are gentle souls that need time and patience. They will most likely never be lap cats. Obsidian relaxes and purrs quicker than his sister. He enjoys Temptation treats and playing with toys. They are very bonded.
Neutered, up to date on vaccinations and FIV/FeLV negative.
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