NORTHPORT, NY – 5-month-old tabby brothers Julius and Sidney are the Northport Cat Rescue Association’s Kittens of the Week.
âJulius and Sidney had a rough start,â Lora Wild, a rescue volunteer, told Patch via email. âThey were found on the side of the road in Brentwood, watching over their sister Bessie, who had broken bones as well as buckshot particles from a BB gun inside her. They could have run away from her very easily. and find some safety in the bushes, but instead they never left her, one curled up around her and the other stood above them. arrived to save them, they looked at us like they knew we were there to help them but more importantly sister. “
The rescue took the kittens to the vet and then to a foster home, where the family looked after Bessie as she healed.
Bessie has since been adopted by her own family, but Julius and Sidney are still waiting for their home forever.
“Every once in a while, that happens, âWild said. âA kitten or two will be neglected and eventually grow up in cages. This is what happens to our Julius and Sidney. Their story is worth telling, and maybe someone will be touched by their heroism and finally decide to give them the happy ending they so deserve. “
Julius loves to snuggle, rub his stomach and purr so loud that there’s no doubt how much he loves cuddles, according to Wild. Sidney is a bit shy, but he still manages to get himself into silly situations like stealing a meatball straight from his plate. They both get along with other cats.
âThey are sweet, loving, and adorable,â Wild said. âThey’re just playful kittens again. They love it when people come to visit them in Petco Huntington. Lately, although we’re starting to see a little sadness in their eyes, every time it’s time to head back to them. habitats or when another kitten is adopted in front of them.
âThese two little boys are nothing short of heroes,â said Wild. “We are sure Bessie would never have survived without them. We hope to start a family for these boys before they grow up, so that as kittens they can know what it’s like to be in. security and having love in a home It would certainly be a wonderful miracle to see them in a loving home for the holidays, they just wait and wonder where their happiness is forever.
Julius and Sidney are sterilized, have all their vaccines, are litter trained and microchipped and FELV / IVF negative.