Two kittens met in a shelter last Christmas... and have been inseparable ever since
These two kittens want to be home for Christmas… together!
“Nelson and Vito are two one and a half year old brothers (at heart anyways, though they came from different mamas),” Jane shared with iizcat. Nelson is white with black spots. Vito is black with white underneath.
Nelson and Vita met last Christmas and instantly connected.
“These two brothers have been inseparable since kittenhood and cry for each other when apart. They have been in and out of shelters for over a year and all they want is some stability and a loving home for the holidays.”
“They are lovable, friendly boys. Nelson loves to lick and Vito loves to take walks on a harness and a leash! They are both active and love to play, and they both of course love cuddles and treats!” Jane added with iizcat.
Watch Vito below!
“Nelson has a sneezing issue, but he already has a vet and the shelter will support new cat parents with medicine for the first few weeks. And some kitty sneezes are no reason the poor boy can’t be adopted! The sneezing is not expected to result in expensive long term medical bills.”
Nelson and Vito are a package deal and are currently waiting at the Animal Aide shelter in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Please make their Christmas wish come true! Help them find a forever home for the holidays!
You can visit their website here!
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