Last updated: 7/25/09Age at update: 3 months
Abraham (the larger) and Moses (the smaller) were pulled from a rural shelter looking sas, sick and unhappy. They were covered in dirt and had fleas so bad they were coated in them. They went directly to the vet we were so concerned for them. After being treated for fleas, worms and earmites and gaining some strength they had baths. It took 3 or more sink fulls to get them clean again. They scared their foster mom toward the end of their baths, being so exhausted that they no longer tried to get out of the water, just sat limply in it getting clean.
Slowly, but surely the antibiotics and nourishment started to bring them back to looking like kittens should-happy, interactive and playful.
-Abraham is the bigger of the two. He is just as sweet as can be! He never fought his foster mom when she had to give him medicine and loves to run up and rub legs when you first come in his room. Abraham looks at you as if he knows, as if he has an understanding of what he and his brother were saved from. He has such a soft, sweet face...
-Moses is the smaller, but definitely the ring leader of the two! He is often caught chasing his brothers tail-which was one of the first signs that he was feeling better. He definitely has the 'tude to throw at you. He is not the most willing participant with his medication regimen. Funny thing is, Moses has one of the loudest kitten purrs ever heard and he begins sharing it with you when you enter the room. You can see the mischief in his eyes! They both love to be petted, cuddled and loved. They certainly deserve the best after the way they started their lives. As they went through so much together, they became each other's comfort and best friend, and therefore should be adopted together. They often curl up together in the kitty bed, one on top of the other.
Adoption fee is $105 for one cat/kitten, $190 for two cats/kittens and $185 for dogs. The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, microchip and registration, age appropriate vaccinations, deworming, flea treatment, FIV/FeLV testing (cats), heartworm testing and prevention (dogs). You can fill out an adoption application here for cats! and here for dogs!