I'm Tigerlily and I was rescued from a foreclosed property with a bunch of other cats. Just before I was rescued, I gave birth to kittens out in the barn. I was very scared when I first came to this foster home, but the kind people here made it easy to learn to trust people again.
Since my kittens were all adopted, I've made progress in leaps and bounds. While I used to shy away from touch, I now delight in affection. I love to be petted and to purr.
Here in my foster home I met another tortie cat named Daylily. Daylily was a stray mom cat from St. Paul. After her kittens were all adopted, we really bonded and want to be adopted together. Daylily is still shyer than me, but she is just as sweet. We get along well with other cats. And we both love to play! You can watch us in our videos.
Daylily and I have come a long way. Now we are ready to find our forever homes. If you are kind and patient and willing to give a home to two sweet, young, beautiful tortoiseshells please call Molly for more information: 651-295-3758.
NOTE: In the interest of serving as many cats as possible, Feline Rescue occasionally promotes cats being taken care of by our friends and supporters. The cat(s) in this posting are NOT Feline Rescue cats and any adoption that may occur is an arrangement strictly between two independent parties.
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