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About Rain and Sunshine
Rain (tan face, pink nose) is a curious and playful kitten. She never tires of exploring her environment, loves to play fetch with her mouse toys, and enjoys watching birds on the TV. Rain is a little character, rambunctious and endlessly curious but extremely sweet and snuggly. She’s growing up to be a beautiful calico cat – sturdy and a little bigger than her sister. She is a cuddly girl and you can expect lots of head butts and loud purring. She loves belly rubs, being held and rubbing her face against your nose. Rain enjoys being pet all over but especially enjoys cheek rubs. She’s a confident little girl and sure to win over anyone who meets her.
Sunshine (face half black, half tan) has a beautiful calico coat that is set off perfectly by four white paws. She’s playful and energetic but also extremely cuddly and affectionate (always gamer for belly rubs and cuddling). Sunshine loves dangly toys, lazer pointer, and playing with her sister. This goofy girl can also be found playing in the sink. That’s right, this little kitten likes water! She is a sweet, and affectionate kitten who purrs the moment she sees you. She loves to explore and investigate the world around her, then take a long, purring nap in your lap. She especially enjoys snuggling with her foster brother, a 65 lb lab mix named Watson. She’ll wriggle under the blankets to sleep with you at night or you’ll find her napping with her sister, Rain. Sunshine is more petite than her sister Rain, but still growing.
We rescued Sunshine and her sister Rain from Union County where they had been relinquished by their owner when they were only 7 weeks old.
Sunshine and Rain were adopted and returned when they were a few months old due to the adopter suffering a medical issue. Somehow they’ve failed to attract anyone’s attention since and at 8 months are adorable, growing kittens ready for their forever home. These girls are in love with their canine foster brother, a 65 pound black lab mix. Sunshine and Rain are a bonded pair and must be adopted together. They would likely do well in a home with just each other, with other cats, or with a cat-savvy dog.
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Interesting Finds in the News
THE MOVEMENT TO BURY PETS ALONGSIDE PEOPLE
The desire to be buried with a pet is nothing new. Eric Greene, a cultural anthropologist and the founder of the Green Pet-Burial Society, first realized that humans could be buried alongside their animal companions when he learned about a Natufian burial site from 10,000 BCE in what is now northern Israel. “In it lay the skeleton of a woman on her side and with a puppy’s skeleton by her head, her hand gracefully resting atop his head,” Greene remembers. READ ARTICLE
ELDERLY WOMAN ACCUSED OF TRAINING HER 65 CATS TO STEAL FROM NEIGHBORS
The Columbus Police Department opened an investigation on Ruth Gregson and her 65 cats in October after several neighbors reported small objects being stolen from their homes. Several victims reported being visited by Ms. Gregson’s cats before noticing the disappearance of several shiny objects, like valuable cutlery and pieces of jewelry. READ ARTICLE