Thursday, July 18, 2013

Charlie and Mitzy, Lovers' Destiny

Mitzy, a 3 year old calico, and Charlie, a 2 year old orange tabby are available for adoption as a bonded pair.
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Charlie and Mitzy say, "Please vote for Misha May. Because of them, our lives were saved, we were rescued together and will be adopted together."
Misha May Foundation Dog Training and Rescue needs your vote to be Best Dog Training in Denver again this year. Winning in 2012 really helped our rescued animals and the animals/families we trained. Can we count on you to vote once, then share and reach out personally to 10 friends?

Please VOTE NOW and write a comment (important) for Misha May for Denver's Best Dog Training in 2013! You can still vote WITHOUT giving info you don't want to give. 
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The Story:
Feline Volunteer Joan went with me to pick up 4 cats from a local shelter where they had been deemed unadoptable. We put the two females in one room and the two males in another to avoid intermingling of intact animals. They were stressed, so we allowed them to hang out under blankets in separate crates. They came around quickly.
Charlie, a one year old intact orange tabby, revealed himself as quite the happy-go-lucky very well socialized clown. He was the first to interact with us and entertain us. Each time we left him to go into the adjoining all girls room, he would begin to vocalize.

Mitzy and Charlie with one of the 3 month old kittens, Charla.
It wasn't until Mitzy, a 3 year old intact very sweet calico, began to answer that we suspected something was going on. In looking at their paperwork we realized that they had been owner surrenders on the same day. I called the shelter to confirm my suspicions that they knew each other. When I learned that was true, I was horrified to realize that not only had they come close to being killed but that only pure dumb luck (or was it lovers' destiny?) had kept them together.
They are among the most bonded pairs I have ever met. They are both fixed, micro chipped, up to date on shots, FIV negative and available for adoption TOGETHER.

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