These precious cats are not only the best of friends, they are also sisters. After being abandoned together, it was their sisterly bond that helped get them through the tough times. The way one sister is comforting the other is so precious that we can hardly stand it! The good news is that these two sweeties have found their forever home…together.
With about 8 million cats entering shelters every year across the U.S., it is so important to adopt rather than shop for a new feline friend. It is equally important to spay or neuter your cat once you do adopt if it hasn’t already been done. By doing both of these things, you can help reduce the homeless pet population and give opportunities to other cats that are waiting for a forever home.
If you are not in a position to adopt but are looking for other ways to help, then consider fostering a cat. This helps the cat being fostered, the shelter with space, and allows them to save another animal in need. Another way to assist in curving the numbers of homeless cats is by volunteering with local trap-neuter-release programs. This will make sure kittens are not born into homelessness and do not suffer unnecessarily. As always, educating others and spreading awareness is always an effective way to help animals.
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