Pair of Senior Cat Brothers Need Furever Home in SoCal

 |  Apr 2nd 2009  |   19 Contributions



In Southern California, an elderly woman passed away recently, leaving behind a pair of senior cats (they are between 13 and 15 years old) who don't understand why their lady isn't there anymore. The two cats are brothers, have never been separated, and are reported to be very sweet. The deceased woman had no friends or relatives to take them when she died, so they now face a bleak, uncertain future.

The manager of the apartment building where they live worked hard to find foster homes to house the two brothers until a permanent home can be found. Can you or someone you know provide them with a furever home? They need to be adopted together.

If you can help, please contact the apartment manager, Joanne: ph 818-784-0494; email: diamondlady AT adelphia DOT net.

Joanne manages a building that welcomes cats. The building's owner owns 14 apartment houses in the San Ferndando Valley and Los Angeles, all of which welcome cats. If you or someone you know needs cat-friendly housing in LA, give Joanne a call.

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