Semi Feral Fosters

1/16/14 From Robyn Oram, a friend of 4 Paws 1 Heart. I’m sorry for the small photos. ~ diana

“Dear 4 Paws,
I never gave you a proper thank you for allowing me to bring my new semi feral fosters to Gina for a combo test, and for meds for their URI’s. They are ear tipped from being part of an outdoor cat colony in Ferndale, but I was asked to foster and socialize them so they have a chance on life off the streets. Here are a few pics! Seely is on the left and Gwen is on the right. Then, there is a pic of Seely playing with a toy fish. They are about 4 months old now.

Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. Because of you, they are now very healthy and in my home will they are toasty warm. One of the kittens is very brave, but the other remains cautious. They love to play and love to eat! I am going to start my search soon for a home for them. They need a quiet home with a single person or couple. They will need someone very patient. They startle very easily. Thank you so much for everything. It is organizations like you that have allowed me to take in these cuties and give them a chance on life instead of the streets. Thank you so much!

Bob & Milo

1/16/14 UPDATE: Bob is on the right and Milo is on the left. Bob was brought to us in horrific condition. He was infested with parasites, having seizures, and severely dehydrated. He was hospitalized for days and for the first 3 days he didn’t even move. His new family absolutely adores him and his new brother, Milo, absolutely can’t get enough of the friendship they share. Here is Bob’s phone from July and his most recent with Milo. Love YOU, Bob and Milo! ~ gina and diana