Kiki and Frenchie were recently adopted together. Now it’s Tater and Yammy’s turn! These guys are now 100% healthy except for some chronic eye issues which will require drops occasionally. Yammy has had two eye procedures already to repair tissue that had been pasted to the cornea due to the chronic infections at such an early age. He is due for a third to remove some scar tissue which will help ensure that he still has sight in his right eye. Tater just has a weepy eye on occasion that is helped by adding L-lysine supplement to his food and applying drops as needed. Of course anyone who meets these two sweet kitties will not think twice about addressing their eye issues which only take a few minutes a day. They are the sweetest, cuddliest, cutest little survivors you’ll ever meet. They seem to know how close they came to not making it, and want to make the most of every minute they have now. Having been hand-raised from such a young age, and having endured so much medical care, they are well-adjusted to any person and situation, and are super affectionate and attentive to and other animals. They are fearless, fun-loving and just want to enjoy life!
Whoever adopts them will surely appreciate the fun, loving, and positive energy these little guys will bring them for years to come.|
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