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Rooster was the only surviving kitten from a litter of barn cats attacked by a raccoon. He was a few days old, badly injured and lost his eye. With wonderful care from our vet and a lot of TLC and hand feeding he has turned in one big cat with a loving disposition though he still has fear in the background. He is one of our four rescue cats.
But while he may be just a little afraid he has his very big brother, Snowby to keep a watch over him. Snowby was found wandering the back roads of Wyoming some years ago and, via a rescue there to a family in a townhouse here in Colorado, he eventually came to us out on the eastern plains. He is an incredibly good looking goofball who can run like the wind and who is incredibly protective of our cats and our family. He even lets Rooster share his dinner with him!
So now Rooster has his big, big brother and his safe place. And both have their forever home along with their other brothers and sisters.
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