Diva and Rori really enjoy playing and hanging out with each other, I'm thrilled that they get to spend the rest of their lives together!
Of course, this means that my heart is broken. Sweet Diva stole my heart and she refused to give it back. She became quite the sweet kitten, she loved to climb on my chest and sleep, she was quite the cuddle bug. Her loud purr motor is so comforting. I'll miss her!
Rori loves to play and play. She's not big on human contact but you get her playing and she'll be your best friend! For sure, she will miss snuggling with Nahum.
Diva, melting in front of the fire
I'm filled with joy for them as they move into their new home - their humans are gracious and patient. They will be well loved and cared for, which is a delight. And I'm sad to say goodbye to two adorably sweet kittens. Thankfully, I've been granted visitation rights! So, hopefully, I get to see them in the near future!
Be well Diva and Rori - enjoy your new home - keep each other company and be sure to charm your new humans with your lovey nature and darling personalities.
With Diva and Rori in their new home, that means all the kittens have found their homes! Yea!!
Wonderful! I wish them both a life of love and happiness. DebReplyDelete
HURRAH! Bless you for fostering, you are a gem. xxReplyDelete
Terrific news, a great way to wind up 2013. We wish them long and healthy and happy lives in their forever home!ReplyDelete
Well I understand the mixed emotions......two cuddly kittens can easily take a piece of your heart when they move on to their forever home......at least you have visiting rights!ReplyDelete
Pam and Sam
We raise kittens with the same love and effort we put into raising children, we want them to go on to wonderful lives, but it is always so hard to see them leave home! I'm glad you have visitation rights, and I am grateful for the new owners who adopted them together, everybody needs a friend!ReplyDelete
How pawsome these two fur babies will have each other! I love to see kittens go to forever homes in pairs :)ReplyDelete
That is great Christmas news. The hardest part of fostering is letting them go - but you did a wonderful job in saving and raising them....and they will be wonderful additions to their new family.ReplyDelete
Yeah! This is so rewarding! Don't feel sad... you have know the possibility to foster another kitty or two and give them a chance at a good life.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful thing that these two get to remain together and grow up with one another and even better that you have visitation rights! How fantastic we'll get to see them as they grow. It is hard because no matter how you try you do become attached, but now you can (if you chose) help more kittens find their forever homes too. By giving them an opportunity in your home it gives them a great chance at a brand new forever home! We are so glad to hear this.ReplyDelete
Happy for the kittens, sad for you. I KNOW I would be a foster failure if I tried to do what you did. But just think of the lives you have saved, and the wonderful future you have given them! Bravo.ReplyDelete
congratulations to their new people..ReplyDelete
Yay that all the kittens found new homes. I'm sure the new owners will be charmed in no time!ReplyDelete
Diva and Rory together! What lucky pawrents They choosed!ReplyDelete
Hooray for Diva and Rori. You did good work Cat Guy.ReplyDelete
Precious babies and thank you so much, you and your wife for making this happen and loving them and all kitties you come in contact with.ReplyDelete