Bert, and his sister Bertie, were found abandoned and all alone in August, 2011. They were only a few weeks old, and have been cared for ever since by a wonderful woman. Unfortunately, she's not able to keep them in her house, so they live in a heated, enclosed area in her garage. They're well-cared for, but it just isn't a HOME.
Bert is quite a character - all boy - but also quite a lover. He's very affectionate and LOVES attention. He's very playful, and enjoys playing kitty games with his sister and the other kitties that share his garage area. He also enjoys watching the birds from the picture window in his enclosure, and can usually be seen sitting on the window shelf.
Bert and Bertie are now 2 years old, and have never had a real home. They will make wonderful additions to any family. They are very closely bonded, and their foster mom would like them to be adopted together, although sher\ would allow them to be adopted individually. Bertie is the black and white kitten in the pics. She's a very beautiful little girl.
Bert and Bertie are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on vaccines, feline leukemia/FIV negative. If you think you'd like to meet the pair, and hopefully invite them to join your family, please contact Cindy, 570-538-9677 or 570-490-1418, or firstname.lastname@example.org. You'll love these two at first sight!
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