Snapdragon & Poppy

by

Rescued off the street as tiny orphans, sisters Snapdragon and Poppy share the colors of their soft pastel and gray tortoiseshell fur. They had loving care with one of our foster families and were adopted to a family with very excited children.

Times change and we never know what challenges families face, but two years later we got a call from the Humane Society the girls had been left there.

We always offer a safety net for our Happy Cats that lets them land back with us at any time. We were sad their family didn’t honor our agreement, but grateful that HSPPR gives us the opportunity to rescue them again.

The ladies were a little shellshocked from all the changes, but slowly regained confidence as they realized they were safe. A couple of months later, they were on their way to Denver with their new catdad.

He says they are amazing, and they certainly have an amazing life now, with fine city views…

…wonderful new toys…

…an obvious say when it comes time for dinner…

…and even being dedicated in their very own tattoos!

But the best part? They still have each other to groom and purr, rest assured they’re safe and finally relax, after all they’ve been through.

Other Blog

Mr Snuggy’s happy family

Mr Snuggy’s happy family

Mr. Snuggy is a 9-years-young senior we've supported through several of his 9 lives already. He came to us as a handsome floofy young ginger man, rescued from a hard life on the streets. His first adopter paired him with another ginger girl and though she loved them,...

read more
Mama’s girl

Mama’s girl

Momcats in the wild have it tough. Not only do they have to find enough food to feed themselves but also their growing families. They also have to protect themselves and their kittens from all sorts of dangers: wildlife, dogs, harmful humans. Usually by the time the...

read more
Lux life for Eris & Nyx

Lux life for Eris & Nyx

Twin sisters Pixie & Dixie grew up trying to find shelter with their mom and siblings at a rough-&-tumble building supply site. They had probably needed to defend themselves from some people as well as predators and elements, so were a little suspicious of our...

read more