This week you get a two-fer. Please meet Violet and her daughter, Ivy!
This mother-daughter team, along with Ivy’s two brothers, were found abandoned. What’s more, the boys were each born with a part of their leg missing.
Fur Ever Home Rescue took them in, making sure they got the much-needed TLC they each deserved. The brothers have since been adopted, and now Violet and Ivy would like to find a forever home of their own.
As with many mothers and daughters, these two have completely bonded and would prefer to be adopted together. They each possess their own personality and character traits: Violet is super sweet and easy going, whereas Ivy is quite the opposite. She is very independent and and likes to live life on her own terms.
Both are total loves and would love a more mellow home. They enjoy having other cats around and are also used to having a dog in the home, too.
Please keep them in mind if you know someone who’s looking for a four-legged friend of the feline persuasion (or two, actually) to add to the mix.
For more information on Violet and Ivy, and to arrange a time to meet them, please contact Fur Ever Home Rescue.
About Fur Ever Home Rescue
Fur Ever Home Rescue focuses on advocating and rescuing dogs and cats with urgent medical needs or behavior cases – animals that needed a little more effort than the majority. By staying true to that vision, they have grown over the last three years, saving many lives of at-risk animals. For more information about Fur Ever Home Rescue, please visit http://www.fureverhomerescue.com/
About Pause 4 Paws
Pause 4 Paws raises funds for 18 animal rescue organizations that have little time to raise money on their own because they are in the trenches doing the difficult work, day and night. The focus of Pause 4 Paws is to help these organizations with their life-saving efforts. The individuals who work for the 18 organizations that Pause 4 Paws financially supports are tireless in their efforts to rescue animals by providing medical care and finding forever homes for dogs and cats in need. In 2012, these 18 organizations rescued over 5,500 dogs and cats, and they vaccinated, spayed and neutered an additional 5,300. That is almost 11,000 animals! For more information, please visit the Pause 4 Paws website.