Before I tell you my story I have to say, if you think you are too far away to adopt these kittehs, you really aren't. Transportation can be arranged to the North East and also if you go to Pilots N Paw's and ask for help, they certainly can do that too. (They are a group of volunteers that fly their own planes to transport animals to good homes!)
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Hai, today I has sumfin to talk about that is special to me. If you recall I was first rescued with a group called Grayson County Humane Society in Leitchfield, Kentucky. I happen to think that that place is wonderful. The beans there all love and care for us and when one of us is hurt, they all seem to hurt too. Anyway, I digress .... There are some very special kittehs (they have feline leukemia or Fiv) there that need some good homes. They are all adults (or almost adults) and find it hard to get a home because they aren't a kitten and because they have special needs. I wish all beans were able to take special needs kittehs, like MY mom and wouldnt care that we are a bit different from the rest.
Meet Second. He is almost a geezer at apx 7 years old. He was found at deaths door thinking starving was not the way to die! Since being found, he's gained some weight and now looks foward to a retirement home. Will it be with you? Second is FeLV and Fiv +.