Monday, September 9, 2013

Help Sister Rachel and Ray Charles Find a Forever Home Together

Many of you may have already heard these two kitten's story. If not, then I'm glad that word is spreading even further! These two beautiful black house panther kittens are seeking a forever home where they can live their lives together.


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.



You can also follow Sister Rachel and Ray Charles on their Facebook page or at their blog - #TheFindingHomeTour. And please - spread the word and share! Thank you!


Carma Poodale is hosting this week's Opt to Adopt blog hop. Please visit the links below for more adoptable pets!

26 comments:

  1. Hope you are doing OK Ann? We are thinking of you. Good luck to those sweet kitties. Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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    1. Yes Miss Molly, I am doing OK today. Actually, I got sick yesterday on top of everything else so I didn't do much. My kids have been sick all week long and I got whatever they had. Thanks you!

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  2. Sending Golden LOVE to Rachel n Ray Charles. Hope they find their forever home soon. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  3. We hope they find a loving home together soon! Lee and Phod

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  4. I hope they find their furrever family soon!
    Purrs

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  5. Thanks so much for sharing the sweet ones, we appreciate you!

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  6. Oh gosh...they are still looking for their forever home?!? These poor babies. I have my paws crossed that someone will take them in real soon!

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    1. Yes they are Mr. Oz... but they have a nice foster home at least for now.

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  7. I hope they can find a forever home. I tweeted and shared on FB.
    Sue B

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  8. They have to find homes soon, they are adorable.. We will post too, just all behind at the moment xx0xxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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    1. Ah yea I am behind too! Hopefully I can get caught up sometime soon!

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  9. I hope there is someone out there with enough love in their hearts for these kitties. I'm beginning to wonder.

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  10. Poor sweet hearts they have been through so much. I'm so happy that they are safe now! Hoping that they will find their forever home as soon as possible! <3

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  11. I remember seeing these sweeties a while back at Brian's Home. I'm so glad they are in a great foster home now. I went and read up over there (at OneEyeOnTheFuture) to see how they're doing. Looks like they're making great strides, but still need a little more TLC, and they're in just the perfect place for it.
    I pray they find a very special forever home soon. Thanks for helping to spread the word about these two kitties.

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  12. I hope they get a home soon,xx Rachel

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  13. It's so wonderful that you are fostering these two beautiful animals. You are so compassionate - prayers here for them to find loving forever homes.

    Pet lovers please check out my homeless cat blog archives for some informative posts and stories about the cat abandoned/feral colony I manage.

    Debby in Arizona
    http://homelesscatcare.blogspot.com/

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  14. Ann,

    Selina & I thank you for posting about Ray Charles & Rachel. I'm their foster mom!

    Laura Carter, Ray Charles & Rachel

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    1. Hi guys - I visited your blog before posting this and it's linked to your blog up there too. Selina is precious :) It's so awesome for you to be fostering them! It was my pleasure sharing them - thank you for visiting.

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  15. I hope they find their forever home soon!

    My mum will share :)

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  16. Thank you so very much for posting about Ray Charles and Sister Rachel. I have been working very hard with Selina and Brian to find them their furrever home. We have a HOPE CHEST started, with Petsmart gift cards, new toys and 2 mos supply of gooshy goodness food...but we could REALLY use adding a whole 6-12 mos of free food to their HOPE CHEST if anyone knows any vendors who might make a donation. Just let Brian know, thank you...paw pats, Savannah

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    1. My pleasure Savannah :) I have been reading some of your updates on the kitties. It's really awesome what you and everyone else is doing to try and help them find homes.

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  17. I can't imagine who would purposely run over an animal, feral or not. I hope they find good homes.

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    1. I know... it's pretty hard to imagine.

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