One of our HAPPY TAILS:

Kandinsky and Warhol

One year later – from feral to lap cats

In the summer of 2020, we rescued a dozen cats that ended up being far more feral than originally described to us. When you bring feral cats into an indoor setting, it can lead to unique challenges … but sometimes it turns out they’re not that feral at all! We received this wonderful update from Kandinsky and Warhol’s mom, who says it’s like they’ve forgotten they were anything but lap cats. We’re so glad someone gave them a chance and gave them time to come out of their shells because clearly these boys are DONE with the feral life and are loving all this pampering! Happiest of tails, Kandinsky and Warhol!



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