Leroy: smoke/grey tabby, short hair, male, born 6/7/16, #12339 Rosie: grey/silver tabby with white, short hair, female, born 8/25/16, #12395
These kittens were found at different times in the same homeless cat colony in National City. They all needed medical care and lots of TLC, with additional bottle-feeding for the younger ones. Now they are healthy, happy, and loving kittens who simply must snuggle and play.
Leroy is a sweet and mellow fellow who is looking for pets and love—he wants a period of getting to know you, and then once you’re part of his known world his sweet loving personality shines through and he becomes brave. Leroy has such big eyes that are always looking earnestly at the world around him. Rosie’s loud voice was the beacon of hope that reached her litter’s rescuers. She also led the way until just recently in size and weight. Rosie, or "Little Rosebud" as she also gets called, still loves to talk, especially when she feels she’s not getting her share of love and attention. And bring on the playtime...
These cuties get along with other cats, small dogs, and people of all ages once given an introduction though Leroy would likely prefer kids who are a little older.
Saved from a sad and harsh life, if they would have even survived at such a young age, these adorable little ones are only looking forward. They will bring you a lifetime of love and entertainment!
The Rescue House is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to assisting cats through its rescue, foster and adoption activities. We find loving homes for unwanted, abandoned, homeless and abused cats. We open our arms to cats that need assistance, regardless of age and often regardless of handicap. We find good homes for every cat that we take in - we are a true no-kill cat rescue organization.
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