Monday, March 18, 2013

Senior Calico Cats Need home South Seattle

Update march 25:
One of our Twitter friends shared the kitties situation with a group of people that help each other help pets. A guy was going to take them, but his apartment only allowed one. So a lady took them in that has another old kitty. So far all is good.
I am so thankful for my friends on twitter.

Update March 19:

I got photos! Brought some Fancy Feast with me. They are doing better because the place is cleaned up a bit. There is still lots of stuff there, but they can actually walk on the floor now. They are more brave too.

We thing they look much younger than they say. They are up up date on their vacs. A lot more color on them than I remember the first time, very beautiful and sweet ladies. The kids do feed them, but dont live close by, so the cats are alone most of the time.

They have till the end of the month to get a home.

Here are the photos.

Please help us find them a home. They are very used to being inside. Quiet and sleep lots. 

Meet Patches and PJ.
Best I could do after seeing them just once. The mother is short haired and her daughter has medium long hair. Ages 14 and 16, and they look great.
Their owner has died. For now they are still in the apartment till all the stuff is sold. The person was a hoarder of books and other small things. The granddaughter of the owner is allergic, so they cant keep the cats.
So sad for the kitties, years they have lived and now they are scared and sad.
They really need a loving home together.
We are hoping to get photos of them soon. 
please share this info.
Thank you very much.


Anonymous said...

We will add a blog lost to and when you get a picture will add that too.

Mrjorie and Dash

Mariodacat said...

M said she'll try to get a few tweets programmed too. These are the stories that break her heart because she can picture the same thing happening to her and me! Except she's made provisions for me.

TinyPearlCat said...

Thank you Mario and Mrjorie and Dash for all your help. Ya I know its so hard for a human to lose a pet, but seems so much worse for the human to die first. Like when they show those photos of dogs waiting by their owners caskets. So sad

Mo and The Purries said...

Thank you for helping these cats.
We shared your story on The Cat Blogosphere and hope that they find a new home!

Anonymous said...

just sent you an email- perhaps I can help