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Bonnie & Clyde- Family Moved and Left Them Outside: Can You Give Them a Real Home?

Bonnie
Bonnie
Bonnie
It's always sad when someone has to give up their cats for any reason. But it's just downright cruel to move away and leave two loved ones out in sub zero temperatures with no food or shelter or understanding of what has happened. So goes Bonnie and Clyde's story. 
Since their former owner didn't have the decency to find them placement, we have little to go on. They showed up on someone's front porch, cold and hungry. The woman couldn't bring them in with her own cats but she could at least feed them and offer shelter on her porch. Clyde seemed to stay close, huddled inside the warm box he was given. Bonnie seemed to disappear during the day and return for dinner. Probably out looking for her owners to return home. Lucky for these two a neighbor down the street Knew us and asked if we could possibly find space for them. Knowing we were about to endure a bitter cold snap we took them in.
Our vet guesses them to be around 7 years old, but with no knowledge at all about them, it is a guess.
Bonnie is a beautiful calico with pale green eyes. She has that true calico spirit! Oddly enough she loves belly rubs and her rescuer says she loves kids. 
Clyde is more of a quiet sole. Very gentle, he loves go curl up somewhere warm and sleep. He too has the same pale green eyes as Bonnie so we are assuming they are litter mates. In the shelter Clyde stays in close vicinity to Bonnie, but she doesn't share his brotherly closeness! Bonnie likes her space! She's the one in charge!
It would be nice if they were adopted together, but it's negotiable. We want them in the right FOREVER home. Either way, these are two super nice cats that really got dealt a raw deal. Let's make it up to them and show them not all humans are bad.
They are healthy, up to date on vaccines and eagerly awaiting their new life to unfold!
Animals In Distress is a no-kill Cat Shelter located at 238 Danbury Road. We are open on Saturdays 1:00pm - 4:00pm or during the week by appointment. Email kittiesforkeeps@gmail.com or call 203-762-2006
online application http://animals-in-distress.com/adoptionform/catadoptionform.html

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