LUNA and MARCO   

In shelter Cat

Cypress, Franklin County, Texas, Unit...
Breeds:
Russian Blue, Domestic Medium Hair, Mixed
Colors:
Gray
Lost or found date:
07/20/2020
Pet name:
LUNA and MARCO
Gender:
Female
Size:
Medium
Age:
Senior
Coat length:
Medium
Description:
HOARDER'S HOMELuna and Marco were taken from a hoarder's home last year and faced certain death until a rescue group stepped in to rehome them.   It didn't take long for Luna and Marco to be adopted.   And what luck!   They were adopted by an elderly woman.   They loved their new home.   Luna spent her day following her new owner around and enjoyed every scratch and bit of conversation.   Marco stayed to himself most of the day but couldn't wait to curl up at the foot of his owner's bed at night.  Things were looking good.   But it ended all too soon.  Luna's owner decided to move to a senior home and her new place would not accept animals.   The two cats were moved from their home again.  Luna and Marco scared, confused, and homeless again.   They are 12 years old and in good health.   They have never been apart.  Luna is very loving and Marco is independant.  Luna and Marco would love to meet you. If you are looking or know someone looking for furry family members, Luna and Marco would love to meet you.   Please contact catlady5555@yahoo.com and set up a meet and greet.   Give these seniors a forever home!

Location


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