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Crosby’s adoptive family recently experienced a house fire that caused the destruction of their home. Crosby wasn’t found when they were evacuating the house, but luckily once outside he was found sitting in a window and rescued. Unfortunately, due to extenuating personal circumstances, the family made the decision to return Crosby to Tenth Life. We accepted his adoptive brofur, Jinx, into rescue with him in order to make the transition as easy as possible for them.
Crosby and Jinx were immediately reunited with Crosby’s original foster Mommy while they adjusted to the loss of their home. Crosby was always an outgoing, loveable kitten and his foster Mom is happy to report that this has not changed in the past 1 ½ yrs. Understandably, it took them a few days to get used to the new surroundings and smells of the resident cats, but within the first week, they settled in quite nicely. Now Crosby can’t wait to greet his foster Mommy with purrs and snuggles. He also loves the same kitty cheek kisses that he received as a kitten and loves rubbing his face all over yours in return. Crosby was formerly BFF to a little boy so he would do great in a home around or with young children of any age. He is a people person cat so would have no problem greeting visitors to your home. He has also been introduced to dogs and done really well, so his foster Mom believes that he would do okay in a home with a mellow, cat friendly dog.
Their foster Mom reports that Crosby and Jinx get along so well and are quite close. Due to their bond and circumstances, we are requiring that these brofurs are adopted together. After all that they have been through, we can’t imagine them being separated. Please consider adding these lovely boys to your family today as they would make a wonderful addition to any lucky home! DOB: April 2013