We love this story of a family who used AllPaws to search for a pet to adopt. They ended up using AllPaws to adopt two cats! They used AllPaws to adopt two cats named Holly and Skylar and they have given them a loving, forever home.
"Holly and Skylar were born on Good Friday 2014. They were originally lovingly referred to as part of the "six pack". I had simply run out of ideas for names for kittens. So when they went to be spayed at the local clinic we allowed them to name the girls. We had sent them through a low cost TNR clinic to be spayed so they came home sporting a stylish tip to their left ear... This made it even harder for our rescue to adopt them out! But Holly and Skylar are as sweet as butter. Both girls love to climb in your lap and cuddle and they crave attention. I think this is due to having been in foster care from a very early age. They were born in a state campground after someone abandoned their mom while she was heavily pregnant. Fortunately the caretaker there watched over the feral cats, and contacted us once she had the kittens. "Life for Pets" stepped in and took Minnie the mom and the "six pack" into foster care. There they were allowed to grow up into the beautiful and loving young girls that were adopted out to their new family. Holly and Skylar went to a small organic chicken farm with an elderly 18 year old cat. Skylar was chosen off of AllPaws by the families four year old son. When the dad saw that she had a sister, Holly, he made the argument for why two are better than one! So that is why the girls found their forever home together. They also were able to look past their ears, and into their hearts. It was a match made in cat heaven. Thank you AllPaws for helping Life for Pets and Holly and Skylar find the purrfect home."
Awww…we love getting stories like this from our users who found a pet to adopt on AllPaws! At AllPaws, our mission is to help more pets get adopted so it makes us smile when we’re able to see a happy pet in its new forever home!
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