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Cuddly Pair - Mo and Curly!'s Info...
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Cuddly pair - Curly and Mo are two adorable male kittens, about four months old, very affectionate and playful. These bouncy kittens were born in a backyard in Kensington from a beautiful but feral Russian Blue mom. We rescued this pair while doing a TNR project.
Curly is a Russian Blue with little white mittens and a little white on his chest. One of his ears is curled - we think he was born like that but it just adds character. Despite his smaller size he is the Big Brother in the family: he is a leader and will be the first one to greet you, the first one to come for food and is very curious and adventurous. He loves to clean and hug his brother.
Mo is all black, with a wonderful, gentle personality. The moment you pick him up he cuddles and purrs and purrs... He always follows his "big" brother. They love to cuddle and sleep together.
Both kittens are very healthy, have been neutered, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, have their vaccines up to date, and are flea and worm free.
The perfect home would allow this wonderfully bonded pair to stay together.
If you would like to meet these two adorable youngsters please contact Donna at (917) 691-9466 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you very much for thinking of a rescued kitty!
Rescue Group Info...
We are a Brooklyn-based group of volunteers committed to improving the lives of animals in distress by working with our communities. We are dedicated to Trap-Neuter-Release programs, finding homes for adoptable animals, performing community outreach and education, and engaging in advocacy.
Please email us at BrooklynAnimalAction@gmail.com if you are interested in meeting one of our rescued cats.
Interested adopters can visit our animals in their foster homes. If they would like to adopt one of our animals, they must fill out an adoption application. If that is approved, they then complete an adoption contract. We also ask for a donation to help us continue our work.
Primarily Brooklyn, New York but also the rest of New York City.