These handsome little fellas were running across the street near a Chase bank when my husband saw them and held up traffic to rescue them! Terrified, one of the kittens stood frozen to the spot in the pathway of oncoming cars! As a result, he was fairly easy to capture. His brother watched on in terror as he saw his brother get picked up and carried off by a stranger, not realizing that he was being taken to safety. My husband saw the brother and, not wanting to see another kitten in such a dangerous situation, he chased down the elusive sibling and finally managed to capture him as well. Since the second brother took some chasing down to capture, and because they were both found near a Chase bank, my husband and I named the second brother Chase and the first brother Morgan. (Yea. We're cheesy like that!)
Barely 6 weeks old, we took the brothers home and quickly realized that they were somewhat feral. They would need some work before they'd be able to be rehomed. They were terrified of everything and they hid constantly. Every time we'd reach out to them they'd flinch and/or run away. However, they were still quite young, which meant they were adaptable! It took daily physical contact and hand feeding treats to finally get them used to being handled and petted!
Morgan (the one with the lighter coat) took to it fairly quickly and now purrs loudly and rolls onto his back to get belly rubs, a huge deal for cats since it's such a vulnerable position to be in! Morgan also comes running when his name is called and seeks affection and snuggles! He also enjoys being held but not for long periods of time, just like any normal kitten.
Chase (the one with the darker coat) still gets a little nervous from time to time but is also quickly coming around to the fact that getting scritches feels awesome!! He has come a very long way from being the frightened little kitten my husband had to chase down, though he still does not like to be picked up or grabbed.
Now that the 2 brothers are healthy, happy, and adjusting well to domestication, it's time for them to start a new chapter in their young lives: Getting a Forever Home! And that's where you come in! These boys need patient and loving families who will take good care of them and give them plenty of time to adjust to their new surroundings.
Both boys are used to other dogs and cats and get along fairly well when introduced properly. They are about 4 months old now.
If you have any questions or would like to know how you can adopt these sweet boys, please message me and I will reply back as soon as I am able! Adoption application and small rehoming fee applies.
Thanks for your interest!
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