Special Photo
Jessie (the flamepoint Siamese) and Woody (the orange tabby) are approximately 6 months old. Both have been neutered and are currently undergoing their vaccine series. These sweet boys, along with their  brother ("Mitchell," a sealpoint Siamese mix, also available for adoption) and their sister, "Wilma" (already adopted), were all rescued from Animal Control. Somehow, this little family found itself all alone at the county "pound," without a mom -- and all four of them were sick. Due to overcrowding, and because they were already ill, the kittens were marked to be destroyed the next day. Because they were so young, and so sick, they went into a foster home, and they remain there now. The boys are a bit shy around strangers, but once they meet someone new and feel comfortable, they come around quickly. They don't really know anyone except their foster mom, so adopters will need to be a tad patient while the kittens adjust to new homes and families. All three boys are playful and energetic, and they really enjoy the companionship that they share amongst themselves. It will not be required, but we would love to see Jessie and Woody adopted together. Anyone with questions or wishing to meet the boys, should call Robin at (770) 478-7531. To see other adoptable CCHS animals, please visit our Petfinder pages at www.petfinder.com, and use our 30236 zip code for your search.

Special Photo Jessie (the flamepoint Siamese) and Woody (the orange tabby) are approximately 6 months old. Both have been neutered and are currently undergoing their vaccine series. These sweet boys, along with their brother ("Mitchell," a sealpoint Siamese mix, also available for adoption) and their sister, "Wilma" (already adopted), were all rescued from Animal Control. Somehow, this little family found itself all alone at the county "pound," without a mom -- and all four of them were sick. Due to overcrowding, and because they were already ill, the kittens were marked to be destroyed the next day. Because they were so young, and so sick, they went into a foster home, and they remain there now. The boys are a bit shy around strangers, but once they meet someone new and feel comfortable, they come around quickly. They don't really know anyone except their foster mom, so adopters will need to be a tad patient while the kittens adjust to new homes and families. All three boys are playful and energetic, and they really enjoy the companionship that they share amongst themselves. It will not be required, but we would love to see Jessie and Woody adopted together. Anyone with questions or wishing to meet the boys, should call Robin at (770) 478-7531. To see other adoptable CCHS animals, please visit our Petfinder pages at www.petfinder.com, and use our 30236 zip code for your search.

Jessie (the flamepoint Siamese) and Woody (the orange tabby) are approximately 6 months old. Both have been neutered and are currently undergoing their vaccine series. These sweet boys, along with their other brother ("Mitchell", a sealpoint Siamese mix, also available for adoption) and their sister, "Wilma" (already adopted), were all rescued from Animal Control. Somehow this little family found themselves all alone at the county "pound", without a mom, and all four of them were sick. Due to overcrowding, and because they were already ill, the kittens were marked to be destroyed the next day. When a CCHS volunteer found these sweet babies, it was not long before they became the newest members of the CCHS feline family. Because they were so young, and so sick, they went into a foster home, and they remain there now. The boys are a bit shy around strangers, but once they meet someone new and feel comfortable, they come around quickly. They don't really know anyone except their foster mom, so adopters will need to be just a tad patient while the kittens adjust to new homes and families. All three boys are playful and energetic, and they really enjoy the companionship that they share amongst themselves. It will not be required, but we would love to see Jessie and Woody be adopted together. Anyone with questions or wishing to meet the boys, should call Robin at 770-478-7531. To see other adoptable CCHS animals, please visit our Petfinder pages at www.petfinder.com and use our 30236 zip code for your search.