found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Now Ginger and her bonded littermate Minnie are the only two left who need a loving forever home! We are hoping that someone will see the beauty in this unique pair and will be willing to keep them together! Ginger takes comfort in her sister Minnie and Minnie enjoys caring for her. We can't imagine splitting up these two!
A little about Ginger and Minnie from their foster mom:
Ginger climbs on cat trees and all over my furniture and knows her way around the house perfectly.She is extremely playful and so loving!!! She even gets along with my husky and maltese =) Ginger knows when someone is around and will go to them and start rubbing against their leg or hand. She really is a great kitty. One thing though is that she knows when she is in an unfamiliar room or environment and she does get a bit unsure and will need to adjust. So when she goes to her new home she will need about a week or so to adjust and get to know where everything is.
Minnie is so affectionate! She would be a great lap kitty. She often puts her head out asking for little Eskimo kisses. She is very relaxed and laid back kitty and she has the most beautiful green eyes! Minnie also is great with dogs and actually loves being around them!
Neither of them have any bad habits and are accustomed to cat condos and a variety of toys and beds so they will be happy with whatever they are given. Even more awesome is that they are very accepting of newcomers! Whenever I bring in bottle babies, Minnie and Ginger are always grooming them and playing with them! So cute!!
If you would like to know more about the few things you could do for a kitty like Ginger to help her have a happy, healthy life check out the 'tips' link below! To investigate what it might be like to have a blind cat see the 'interview' link with Gwen Cooper below!
Due to their limited vision they would only be safe as INDOOR-only kittens!! They come spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, de-flead, and de-wormed. If you think this special pair may be right for you, please call Olivia at 213.713.7703.
Tips on raising a blind kitty:
Interview: See what NYC author Gwen Cooper says about raising her blind kitty: http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,2037963,00.html