Give! Love to cats like Snipe & Yetti

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Snipe & Yetti came to us in 2021 as young catolescents who had a rough start as kittens. They were shy and scared at first but quickly came around with the patience, love, and consistency of our amazing volunteers and staff. They were adopted soon after and have been living their best lives ever since!

Their mom, Becca, tells us that “we can’t imagine life without them! Snipe must be made of brown sugar because he is so sweet, and he loves to run around the apartment, murring with his ears back, when he gets the zoomies. Yetti Spaghetti Girl is a little cuddle bug and her favorite toy in the whole world is her spring- she has impressed us with how much she likes to self-play with it. Both love to nap in the window sill in the office, where they can see everything going on in the plaza outside.

They also love to just be around and involved in whatever we are doing, and we love having them close. They were a bit nervous when they first came home but have since not only come out of their shells, but really blossomed and it is so fun to see how their personalities have grown. Snipe & Yetti really make our little family complete. I didn’t know it was possible to love them so much! We are forever grateful for Happy Cats Haven for the gift of our cats ❤️

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