Their story begins as part of a feral cat colony in a trailer park in Greenville, SC. Some of the humans in the trailer park did not like the feral cat colony and would even try to run over some of the cats with their cars. Thankfully, Sister Rachel and Ray Charles were rescued from this evil place. They received medical treatment and now live in a foster home.
Both of the kittens were born with a condition called entropion. Entropion affects the eyelids and can cause some irritation and discomfort to the eyeball. Both kittens have had surgery for their entropion and are doing just fine now. Sister Rachel is able to see well. Her brother, Ray, may not be able to see quite as well but it doesn't stop him from being a playful and loving kitten.
Both kittens must be adopted together. They are up to date on shots, spayed and neutered, healthy, and even come with some special goodies. Transportation can be arranged to the right home in the United States.
If you would like to help these precious kittens, please share them with everyone you know! You never know who might be interested in adopting them. There is a flyer that you can print out and post in places like the grocery store, your local veterinary clinic, or anywhere really.