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A quick overview.
The girls were 'somewhat' rescued from a terrible hoarding situation. The person who believed they were helping these sweet kittens from a doomed life of what hoarders provide or try to provide took them. Taken from a deplorable hoarding situation to a cage in a dark garage where they were fed and cared for once a day for three weeks. What a life that was for two very young kittens! No running, no playing, no light, no attention or love except for the once a day visit and fortunately the company of each other. The owner of the garage gave 4 day notice to remove the cats. Lucky for the kittens that she did.
Within 24 hours of leaving the garage their new foster mom said you could only hear a loud lions roar (purr) coming from them. They loved to be touched, rubbed, kissed, picked up and played with. They were in good health and fortunately had each other during their early life. There are absolutely no remnants of their tough beginning, both girls are happy, healthy and super fun. They are what we call tree cats because they love to be high. In their foster room they have multiple high cat trees and can always be found on top of them. When the foster mom enters the room, The two of them run down and join her on the couch for lap time, shoulder time and overall kitten affection time. These two are beautiful, sweet and typical rambunctious kittens.
Come meet them!
You can meet this wonderful kitty most Saturdays at the Pembroke Pines Petsmart between 12 and 6 pm.
You can fill out an application for Clementine at the Pembroke Pines Petsmart or go to www.adoptastray.ws/applications/ to fill out an application online or print and fax one to (954) 965-0406.
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