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In shelter Cat

New York, NY, 10009
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Coat length:
Hi, Im Millie and my brother Milo and I are in a tough situation. 
I am a shy girl, but my brother Milo is an adventurous butterfly of a boy who opens up faster.

We are the closest of siblings; born in April 2020; Out in the streets of Doha, Qatar our mom was tragically run over by a passing car when we were barely a few days old. Some kind humans bottle fed us and let us grow strong and healthy. 

While we were still kittens, we were adopted together in Doha at the age of 9 weeks old. Everything was going great, but the only family weve known recently decided to heartlessly "return" us because their Nanny developed an allergy. The family was even planning to release us outside in a "safe" area, but were luckily intercepted before that happened. Weve been indoor kitties since a few days after we were born, meaning we have no skills for survival outdoors let alone in the Qatar summer heat.

We are now two-year-old adult bonded pair who probably never be adopted together in Qatar. 

So thats how we began the process of coming out to the Big Apple with Fur Real NYC where we can have a chance at a better life.  We would prefer to remain together as were really close, but if we really need to be separated I guess its okay. 

Im recently arrived in NYC, fully vetted, vaccinated, fiv/felv negative, spayed and microchipped. Hoping there will be a chance at a Furever Home for us in the Big Apple.

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