Feline Foster Mom and Dad Taking Care of Rescued Kittens

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Two feral kittens were rescued in a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. They are now under excellent foster care by two lovely feline foster mom and dad, Mina (mom) and Fritz (dad) who are also rescues.

"Our neighbors Amy and Lynn found them while helping with TNR at a feral colony in Brooklyn. They said the funny thing about the colony is that most of the cats are black and white. Meep (a girl) and Peep (her brother) were sick and underfed, but after a week of good meals and medicine they are blooming," said Theresa Mershon.

"Meep is a tiny purr machine, and she loves to sit on my shoulder. Mina was desperate to snuggle her, and she follows her around whenever Meep comes out to play. Peep is much bigger and stronger than Meep, but he gets startled easily. Whenever he's spooked he fluffs up and guards his little sister. Hopefully we can find them a home together, because they don't like being out of each other's sight."

“Fritz learned to take care of the kittens from Mina. Fritz was a foster kitten once too, we adopted him to be Mina’s friend. When we got new foster kittens, Fritz growled at them. But when he saw how Mina took care of them, he decided he could love them too. He carries them around by the scruff of their necks and plays with them very gently.”

The two little fuzzballs are looking for a wonderful forever home together. If you are in the NYC area and interested you can contact Theresa Mershon for more details.

Update: Meep and Peep have found a forever home together :).

Photos courtesy of ©Theresa Mershon.

"Fritz learned to take care of the kittens from Mina. Fritz was a foster kitten once too, we adopted him to be Mina's friend. When we got new foster kittens, Fritz growled at them. But when he saw how Mina took care of them, he decided he could love them too. He carries them around by the scruff of their necks and plays with them very gently."

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