Then one day everything changed. They were put in cardboard boxes and taken for a ride. Being with their family for almost FIVE years, they didn't recognize the Animal Angel who had first saved them. When they arrived back at the shelter, things had certainly changed. There were a lot more dogs barking than before and certainly a lot more homeless kitties.
Nutmeg, Allspice and Chili Powder were ALL very scared and spent days/weeks hiding together behind a litter box. After three months, they are finally starting to venture out behind a litter box. If only I could explain to them how the family they loved and grew up with, returned them after almost FIVE years and didn't bother to get their vaccinations until it was time to get rid of them. :-(
Can you be a FOREVER home for one or all of them? They are VERY sweet.
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