Tessa & Teddy had a rough start on the wrong side of the tracks – the Rensselaer Amtrak Station tracks. They were found with a colony of cats located near the back equipment area and seized by a concerned volunteer from a rescue group. At 3 months, they were underweight and scared of people. After two months in a foster home with other cats and a Terrier, they now rule! They consistently use the litter box. They love to play with their stuffed mice, bat the tethered fuzz ball on their cat stand, and climb cat trees. They spend hours gazing out the window, but have no desire to go outside anymore when they enjoy all the comforts they need inside. They eat, play, and sleep together and have gone through all their medical exams and procedures together. Since they have been the only constant companions for one another since birth, these two must go to an adopter’s home together. They are shy with new people at first, but patience and consistent interactions yield good results. They are looking for a home that keeps them on the ‘right track’ for the future.
To meet these two cuties, please call AnimaLovers at 348-3903 ext 1.