Kitties like Annie and Sweet Pea sometimes can be difficult to find homes for because they require somebody with patience and understanding that a bond and trust needs to be built with them over time so we are just so incredibly happy in being able to say that Sweet Pea and Annie have found their forever home together with a couple who could not have been a more Purrfect match for them!!! Thank you so much Betty for reaching out to us in your search for a bonded pair and not only taking the time to meet Sweet Pea and Annie in their foster home but for accepting them for who they are and willing to be patient and understanding in building a trust with them:) Betty and her husband James have renamed Annie Gizmo and are just overjoyed with how much the girls have settled in and made themselves at home! They are both spending as much time as possible with Sweet Pea and Gizmo playing and taking turns feeding them to build a bond with them. Sweet Pea loves the feather toy called Da Bird and will drag it around the house with her. Gizmo loves the floppy fish and is totally mesmerized by it. Sweet Pea already is coming to Betty for lots of loving and petting. Gizmo who has always been hand shy hasn’t gotten there yet but Betty and James say that even if she never gets there they will still love her just the same!! They say both girls are just the sweetest and they love how bonded they are. They can always be found together and Gizmo often acts as the protector for Sweet Pea. Despite having multiple cat trees they can always be found cuddled together on the same branch where Sweet Pea can often be found giving Gizmo bathes:) As you can see from their pictures, the girls also love to watch the birds, squirrels and snow from their big picture window!!
We truly could not be happier for Sweet Pea and Gizmo and wish them the happiest life with James and Betty!!
Sweet Pea & Annie
Hi everyone! Our names are Sweet Pea & Annie and we are beautiful but shy female kittens approximately 5 to 6 months of age. I, Sweet Pea, was born to a small colony of cats living in Trevose. Luckily we had a feeder who cared about us and wanted us to have a chance at a better life. My best friend Annie was born in a huge colony of cats living in an industrial park in Horsham. Her colony was lucky enough to have a feeder as well who reached out for help in getting them all spayed and neutered and to hopefully find homes for some of the adoptable kittens. We were both so shy when we were initially rescued and found immediate comfort in each other in the foster home we shared together. We have been best friends ever since:)
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