Tuesday, August 20, 2019


FuzzballWe were thrown out like trash! We are living beings!  Why would someone do this to us?  How could anyone just throw us out – out to die!  There were more of us – did they make it?  We are so lucky to be alive. Here’s my story as I can remember it.

Oh, I better introduce myself - I’m being called Big Foot and Fuzz Ball but these are just nick names until I’m adopted.  It kind of tells you what I look like. My brother is being called Sebation, until he’s adopted.  We are lucky to be alive!  A lady in Klamath, California found us but she said it wasn’t easy.  We were not together and we were meowing only sometimes and very quietly.Sebation

My mom and dad weren’t fixed like they should have been and when she got pregnant with us the owner didn’t want us and didn’t even try to get us a home.  We should have still been with our mom for a few more weeks.  

fuzzballwaitingThese people just dumped us off  like we were the trash.  Boy how does that make you feel - pretty unloved that’s for sure! We were only 4 weeks old when found.  We were so scared and wanted our mom so much. Not knowing what to do, we meowed during our search for mom and we got separated.  My brother was found first.  The next day the nice lady took him around and made him meow in hopes that we would meow too!  It worked!  I heard him and meowed back. She searched until she found me in the bushes.  I wasn’t able to count yet so don’t know how many of us there were to start with.  She said there was at least one more but never could find him. Hopefully someone heard his little tiny meow for help and rescued him.  I sure hope he didn’t die.sebation5wks

Why did they do this to us?  It was really scary, we didn’t know what to do, and we got really hungry.  We missed mom for a while but since we were taken to F.A.T. Cat Haven we’re feeling much better.  They give us so much love and of course food.  We even learned how to use a potty box.  We were just some of the few out there that lucked out in being rescued.  I feel sorry for my mom – I hope they take care of her! People like this shouldn’t have animals at all. 

It was a rough and scary start but, we are all set now for our “forever home.”  Will that be your house?  Do you have room in your heart and home for one or both of us!  We are sure ready to love you!



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