Sweet Siblings Want New Home In the New Year
Friendly pair of kittens, Bernie and Bernice are ready for adoption.
Lovely Bernie and Bernice, who are 9-month old kitty "teenagers," were abandoned by an owner who apparently no longer wanted to be bothered with caring for them.
These super friendly young cats are still young enough to display kitten-like behavior, but old enough to show that they are already great "lap cats"! Bernie is a tabby and white guy who was friendly with his rescuer from the get-go. A very confident little guy, he instantly made himself at home at his foster house. No hiding under the bed with this guy! He curled up on his foster mom's lap to watch TV with her the first evening and follows her all over the house.
Bernice, a pretty little tuxedo, seemed to be shy for a few days and then suddenly showed herself to be even friendlier than her brother. She absolutely adores lying right on top of the nearest person and is the closely thing to a feline hot water bottle that you'll ever want to meet. Both cats are very pretty with soft fur.
They immediately became friends with the other kitties in the household and also really like their foster dog buddies. They are very tidy, and really good about using their litter box.
According to Bernie and Bernice's foster mom, "This sister and brother are really the total package. They are sweet and playful and extra affectionate. They would make a great addition to any home and a great way for their new owner or owners to start off the New Year!"
All of Angels' cats have been spayed/neutered, tested for feline leukemia and feline AIDS, vaccinated, treated for internal and external parasites, and microchipped. For more information and/or to request an adoption application for Bernie and Bernice, please call 404-414-1282.
Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer-based organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in north Georgia. The organization operates through a network of foster homes in the north metro Atlanta area and is funded by tax-deductible contributions.