Saturday, June 21, 2008

Black-and-white Beauties

We've shared photos of these two lovely ladies with you before, but now we'd like to give you some more information about their personalities. With so many all-black cats in the back room at Feline Rescue right now, Opal and Whispers really stand out in the crowd. These two black-and-white beauties, though they may look alike at first, couldn't be more different.


When Opal came to Feline Rescue, she was very scared. She didn't like to be touched and brushed off volunteers'attempts at friendship. But Opal has become quite tolerant of her two-legged friends. Occasionally, she will even choose to snooze on a nice warm lap for a while. (She gets to choose the lap!) Once you gain Opal's trust, she will become a loving companion.

Opal is the definition of an independent cat. Most of the time, she likes to perch on a nice, quiet chair to watch what the younger cats are doing. She plays with wand toys when she's feeling frisky and is an excellent soccer player. But here at Feline Rescue, Opal is mostly a spectator. She would love to find a home where she could take center-field! Stop by the shelter or visit Opal's Petfinder page for more information.


Whispers came to Feline Rescue with her daughter, and they were inseparable for a while. But you know how it goes with teenagers; she decided to go off on her own and was adopted to a great family. Now Whispers is still waiting for her perfect home.

Whispers loves to curl up in the "Kennel Club" with her power-napper friends and snooze the day away. She is a sweet girl who loves to be brushed and pet and will even crawl into your lap every once in a while. While she rarely takes part in the play time activities, she likes watching all the tricks that the youngsters can do! Whispers is like the den mother, keeping the kennel warm for any cats who come to visit. Her ideal family would consist of some friendly people and at least one other cat (maybe even one of her friends from Feline Rescue, like Scrappers). Whispers truly enjoys the company of other cats! Stop by the shelter or visit her Petfinder page for more information.

1 comment:

  1. What beautifully marked girls Opal and Whispers are. It's a shame people don't adopt black cats on an equal footing with other colours of cat. It's kind of crazy how in modern times, silly old superstitions remain. I hope Opel and Whipers get their dream homes soon :)


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