Mosby and Molly are very sweet cats although still pretty timid yet esp. the male, Mosby (black triangle on nose). They were born outside to a feral cat and had to be humanely trapped to have them fixed, vaccinated and tested (negative for feline leukemia and aids) While they were in the foster home, Molly seemed to come around but Mosby seemed very scared and she did not want to push it. Then when I got them here, I let Mosby know how great being loved and pet is! He cowers at first and cries a bit but then seems to really enjoy it. Molly loves having above her tail scratched. They probably always will be timid but are in no way wild or aggressive-they just needs the right home. Could you give them the TLC they need-they would really love you for it!
Castaway Cats is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit cat rescue based in Bear, DE, comprised entirely of volunteers. We do not have a shelter and all of our cats are in foster homes. This rescue was started in 1992 in an effort to help the homeless and feral cats in our area. Each cat we rescue is spayed/neutered, tested for Feline Leukemia and AIDS, vaccinated with FVCRP and rabies shots, de-wormed and de-fleaed. Because all our cats are spayed or neutered before adoption, we do not adopt out kittens under the age of 12 weeks.
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