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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Blue Jean Babies

Not sure if everyone remembers way back when in May (I think) when we rescued four very small, malnourished, and very sickly kittens from the back porch of an empty house and then a few weeks later, finding out that one of the kittens had cataracts at only 8 weeks old.  Well, all four "babies" are doing wonderfully.  They are now about 14 weeks old, very healthy, and ready for adoption.  And the baby with the cataracts -- well, the doctor at Animal Eye Care suspected it would resolve on its own with proper nutrition and it did.  And one of the Blue Jean babies was adopted last night by a family from Fayetteville.  The adoption has been in the works for about a week and they drove up last night to adopt her and take her home.  Jordache, congratulations on your new home. 

As for the rest of the babies - Levi, Wrangler, and Lee - they are all waiting for their forever homes too.  They can be seen this week at PetSmart Capital (corner of Capital Boulevard and Millbrook Road in Raleigh) as we moved into the Petsmart adoption center last night.  Even for the most  outgoing cat, sometimes the adoption center can be a scary place -- and our cats aren't used to be caged but they are only in the center for short periods of time (we "rotate" frequently so cats are not caged for weeks) and it helps get them adopted.  So if you go by and they are a bit shy - it's the environment.  They are super delightful (although really shy cats can be super delightful too!).




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