Clark (M) and Ellis (F)   

In shelter Cat

Aurora, Colorado, 80045
Domestic Short Hair
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Clark (M) and Ellis (F)
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Please contact Kristin ( for more information about this pet. Hey they’re! We’re the cutest dynamic duo you’ll ever see!!Ellis is initially a bit shy but the absolute sweetest girl when she warms up. She came into foster incredibly sick and is so very lucky to even be alive. After overnight stays and emergency surgery at the vet she was slowly coming out of her shell. That’s when little Clark was found. He was alone with no mama or siblings but was desperate for a friend. The moment they met Ellis stepped into the surrogate mom role. Grooming him, teaching him right vs wrong and even allowing him to comfort nurse even though she had no milk. They play and snuggle all day long and while Clark helped Ellis heal she helped him mature. It’s been so beautiful to watch Clark pull Ellis out of her shell, break down her walls and teach her how to love someone again. She still isn’t a fan of other animals, only her little man. So they would do best in a home where they’re the only two. They are both snuggly, loving kitties who enjoy loving on their human family. These two are ready to come complete a home and bring all the love they share to someone special!  Connect with the foster for more details via IG @coloradofosterkitties   Animal Rescue of the Rockies believes that every pet should find a wonderful, caring home. To ensure each pet finds the best possible home, we ask that you fill out an adoption application form so we can learn more about you and your household. We review each application we receive and will contact you as quickly as possible. A home visit will be scheduled before any pet is adopted to a new home. Once a home visit has taken place and the adoption application has been approved, we will ask you to read and sign our adoption agreement form. Our adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter, veterinary exams, vaccinations, microchipping, and foster care. Highly requested breeds help cover the vet costs incurred by some of our other cats, enabling us to save more lives! $250 for purebred/highly requested kittens, 6 months or younger, such as Siamese mixes, Maine Coon mixes.  These "guardian kittens" help support our rescue work by covering vet costs for other kittens. $150 for purebred/highly requested cats older than 6 months such as Siamese mixes, Maine Coone mixes.  These "guardian cats" help support our rescue work by covering vet costs for other kittens. $150 for kittens (6 months & under)    $75 for cats (older than 6 months)    $35 for senior cats (8 years or older) If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an adoption application  here . We want our pets to go to a lifelong new home, so thank you for your patience during the adoption process! Please email for more information, as we can not accept calls at this time. Our adoption process is: 1. Fill out our Adoption Application online.  We'll contact you within 48 hours to answer any questions you may have about the pet. 2. If the pet looks like a great match, we'll schedule a meet and greet and ask you to fill out our online Adoption Agreement if you'd like to proceed with adopting.  Once you've completed the Adoption Agreement and pay the pet's Adoption Fee, you can arrange to pick up your new furry family member!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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