We're going to take a break from being playful kittens and be serious for a moment. We are so thankful to be in a loving home with Mom Paula who spoils us rotten and we have plenty to eat, a warm/cool house and lots of loving. We are so sad for the kitties out there who have no home.
Mom Paula is so discouraged with the rescue groups in South Carolina (especially where we live). Sunday night, two black kittens showed up at our house. They are beautiful house panthers and are very friendly, so it's obvious they've been raised around humans. Mom Paula couldn't bring them inside because Brulee hasn't had all of her shots yet. However, Mom Paula put some old towels in a box and opened up her storage building for the kittens and has fed them every day. The neighbor has been calling people in the neighborhood and no one claims to know who the kittens belong to.
Mom Paula has called every rescue center/shelter in our area (except for the county pound) and everyone has turned her down. One rescue organization actually wanted Mom Paula to take the kittens to the vet, get their shots, have them dewormed, get their flea treatment, and have them spayed/neutered before accepting them and then wouldn't guarantee there would be room. Another rescue group actually wants you to pay a $100 deposit to bring kittens there and leave them. Mom Paula has been so sad over this. The kittens are very friendly and have actually slipped inside the neighbor's house when she opened the door. We think there is a nice lady who wants to take both of them (YES) tomorrow. She would have taken them today, but it was raining when she came to our neighbor's house and the kittens were hiding. Please keep your paws crossed these beautiful house panthers will find a forever home quickly. It's getting cold here!
We'll keep you posted about these little house panthers.