This week we’re smitten over two kittens: Cheyenne and Cherokee.
These two aren’t biological siblings, but as foster siblings, they’re crazy about one another!
Cheyenne was left in a drop box at a county shelter weighing less than a pound; she was rescued and took into a foster home. Then Cherokee was rescued and Second Chance Pet Adoptions figured they’d be a great match since they were about the same age. Now 4 months old, they’re the best of friends and will definitely need to be adopted together.
They wrestle, they play, they snuggle – they’re two peas in a pod. But, they also have their own personalities. Cheyenne bats her beautiful eyes to get what she wants, while Cherokee will give you an earful if you aren’t moving at his speed – especially at dinner time!
Like all of their foster kittens, Cheyenne and Cherokee will be at Second Chance on Saturday from Noon to 4:00pm, but you can also learn more about them online and apply to adopt them at SecondChanceNC.org.