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Ray and Charles

Ray and Charles are visually-impaired brothers who were adopted about a year ago. Their forever family shared an update with their foster:

“You gave us such a wonderful gift in the joy that the boys bring us. The boys are very happy and healthy. They love lying in the sun in our glass porch. It is amazing to see their different personalities. Charles is such a laid back cuddly guy and Ray is so outgoing and adventurous. We put up a new kitty tree and he was the first one on it. He wants to greet everyone and be part of the goings on in the house. I wanted to let you know that we sadly lost our eldest cat Jane, our mastiff, Pru to cancer a month later and 2 days after that our rabbit, Zelly. It has been a hard summer. Charles and Pru were buds. My dad has taken the loss especially hard and Charles has been such a comfort to him. He affectionately calls Charles, "Dogcat," because Charles does things that Pru had done. I cannot say thank you enough. They make us so happy. We cannot imagine life without them.”

You too can be part of the joy that fostering brings to the cats, their adopters, and the foster family who cares for them. We badly need fosters to help socialize our cats and give them much needed rest and relaxation so they can eventually find their forever homes. Learn more about fostering or submit an application to be a foster here!

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