Leia and her brother Luke were both brought in on the same day, 10 minutes apart by 2 different people. One was found in the middle of Park street in Montello, the other stepping off the street to head onto Highway 23 in Montello, the main road going east and west through town. It was obvious that they were related, they were practically identical. We wondered if someone's cat had had a litter and they got rid of them by dropping them off in different spots around town. We will probably never know but they were too social to have been born feral. They are both very loving and sweet. Born around 8/19/2016 both are now spayed, neutered, up to date on age appropriate vaccines, and have tested negative for FIV and FeLV. Of you would like to give a loving home to one or both of these lovlies, please go to our website littleorphansanimalrescue.org and fill out an adoption application.
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