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Saturday, March 07, 2015

SOS from Toronto ....



Dear George,

We desperately need your advice in regards to what should we do to find a forever home.  We are two brothers: Frisky (in the basket - in the photo attached) and Speedy (in bed) who are looking to adopt a set of parents (we don't mind middle age singles either). Our story is sad. We have been rescued 2-3 years ago (as kittens) by our dear father who unfortunately and way to soon crossed the Rainbow Bridge. Our daddy loved us very, very much but our stepmother went into a nursing home. She wanted to surrender us to a shelter. Horror! You know what that means! Our human sister took us in for now but she has five other cats. For those who live in Toronto - you know what that means; it means she can not have more.  Her heart is broken and so is ours. Plus, we have to be adopted together. She'll screen very carefully all possible parents and she's willing to take us back if they won't be happy with us which is quite impossible since we are very good and well mannered. George, do you have any blog followers from Ontario, Canada? Can they cross-post if they read our letter? All we can say is for those interested in two sweet, shy, but beautiful boys to leave a message here at frisky2866@yahoo.ca .
George, any other tips? Advice? Our heart goes out to all the cats in shelters but we don't want to end up there.

Forever grateful
Frisky and Speedy

Dear Frisky and Speedy,
My heart goes out to you. I know what it is like to need a home. I was brought up in a shelter and bottle fed, because my mother couldn't cope. I did all right in the end, though. So I want to say to you that having to go to a shelter isn't the worst thing that could happen. 
The worst is to be chucked out like a piece of rubbish on to the street, to live or sometimes to die at the mercy of strangers.
I would ask everybody who reads this blog and has friends in Canada to pass it on via Twitter, Facebook and so forth. Social media might be able to help.
Yours George.

6 comments:

  1. I pray you get your forever home together soon.

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  2. We so hope these kitties are adopted together into a great forever home!

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  3. Very sorry, it's a sad situation which I have experience of. I didn't know there was a limit on the amount of cats you can have in Canada.

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  4. George, you are awesome! And kind...as always! I sent the link to your blog to few people in Toronto.
    Hopefully something good will come out for these two beautiful boys.
    Hugs
    Fluffy

    PS. To Jimny2 - unfortunately, yes, there is a limit in Toronto.

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  5. CAT VictoriaMarch 12, 2015

    Adorable! Hope good parents to adopt will appear in life soon!
    CAT Victoria

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  6. fantastic work, it is just hilarious, nice story writing skills Lost and found

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