KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two cats recently dropped off at the Kansas City Pet Project are needing a good home that can accommodate their special needs.
Tori Fugate said two Siamese cats came to the shelter, at 4400 Raytown Road in Kansas City, Mo., on Wednesday. The cats’ owner said they couldn’t afford to keep the pair, named Blue and Bella.
Because of their size, both cats’ health and diets will need to be monitored closely at a foster home away from the shelter. The shelter is hoping for volunteers to help foster the cats.
Blue, at 32 pounds, has problems walking and breathing. He was brought to the shelter in a duffel bag.
Although 12 pounds lighter, Bella, at 20 pounds, is also overweight. But, she is able to get around easier and occasionally meows.
Fugate says the pair lay side-by-side in their kennel most of the time.
Anyone interested in fostering the cats is asked to e-mail Rachel.email@example.com.
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