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Age: 6 Years   Sex: Male
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Arrival Story:
On Sunday night, one of my cat show friends called me. She raises and shows Persians. Stop reading, if your faint of heart, this story, will break your heart. I told her I would put their story on here, and maybe find them a furever home. I will also deliver these kittens, if it will help get them or one of them, to a new home. I travel 6-7 hours one way to a show, mol, so depending on where their new mommy lives, I can get them all the way there or part of the way there. She is adamant they be indoor only kitties. She and her husband are very nice people, and I have know them from the CFA circuit a long time, and they are just like me, on the overly pickey side, mol. :-) If your interested in one or both of the kittens, paw mail Bumpurr, and I will give you her email and phone #. She is in the Watertown NY area, I am in the Syracuse NY area. If you can open your home to one or both of these kittens, who have been thru so much, in their very short lifes, I will get them to you. I also put in a picture of the other kitten, they are both males, and there is a picture of them, when she found them. Their story will break your heart. I copied and pasted their story she sent me: We are hoping to find permanent INDOOR homes for two male kittens The Story of Coal & Ember, two orphaned kittens: On Friday, July 30 one of the City of Watertown bus drivers said she had heard kittens crying pitifully for 2 days. She searched but couldn't find them. On Friday she saw a little black kitten lying in the dirt under the big excavator at DPW and looked and found the red brother inside the engine compartment. The black boy was chilled. They tried putting the kitten back but he fell out again desperately crying for its mother to be fed and cleaned, now nowhere to be found. DPW was now hauling in crusher run and it would mean certain death over the weekend as the feral mom was not coming around with all the activity. We agreed to take them and see if we could do anything for them. All the SPCA's foster homes were full and no one could house they are with us. The poor things needed NINE bathings in DAWN dishsoap to get all the embedded dirty oil out of their fur. It took them 2 days to get over being frantic and to settle down. Since they are being hand-raised, they are SUPER affectionate and purr the minute they get touched! The babies are now a little over 5 weeks old They have both figured out the litter tray!! They still love their little nurser bottles full of goat's milk and today we have introduced them to canned food and within a week, they should be eating solids. Attached are their pictures from the day we took them home and some taken a few days ago.

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