Lost cats wander up to a cat-friendly door to find food and veterinary care, and rescuers will do what they can to care for all the homeless cats who come to rely on them for life’s necessities and for affection and the company of humans. Many rescuers and generous people who trap and rescue cats for TNR, intending to or needing to return them outdoors, find themselves in a quandary with cats who just don’t belong there. Such are Amelia and Emily, two lovely and friendly torties who really want to have a human and a lap to call their own.
Here are two torties that have been spayed and have rabies vaccinations, etc. and are being fed but are living outside. Amelia and Emily are around 2 years old but very sweet. The person feeding them would really like them to go together since they are siblings and would like to get them a permanent home before winter. If you have any interest in adopting these two sweethearts or know someone interested in two adults, please contact me by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on my cell phone at 412-915-8106.
Help two friendly girl kitties who ended up outdoors through no fault of their own, and help their rescuer find a home for them. Amelia and Emily are located near Pittsburgh, PA.
Photos of Amelia and Emily were provided by their rescuer.
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