Two loving, black cats lost mother to ovarian cancer
Sweetie & Berrie are in empty house and need new home
|"My mommy is gone. The house is empty.|
My brother and I are alone and scared."
UPDATE: November 2012 Sweetie & Berrie have a new, loving home. A happy ending for two black cats.
Sweetie & Berrie are two black, declawed cats that lost their mother, Marlene Ristine, to ovarian cancer. She learned about it in November of last year and after fighting a tough battle it metastitized to the liver and she recently passed away this month.
Sweetie & Berrie are by themselves in now in an empty house, without their mother, and without any furniture. Their anxiety is growing. Soon they will be without a home. A kind angel is visiting and feeding them daily but the house is now up for sale. The clock is ticking for these two gorgeous black cats.
Sweetie is about 7-8 year old fluffy cat. She is a sweetheart and welcomes scratches on the head and will snuggle with you.
|Sweetie waking up from nap in her favorite chair|
Berrie is a 5-6 year old male who loves to be petted and to play like most active boys. Especially with any toy with a string.
|"Where is everything? Where's my mommy?"|
Both cats have been around dogs in the past. Sweetie & Berrie are litter trained and declawed. They are wonderful pets and companions.
Marlene was an active volunteer in many ways, after retiring as a nurse. She volunteered at the police department, for the March of Dimes and tirelessly helped the Cat Network. She rescued many cats and dogs and found them homes. Now it's time for the community to give back to Marlene.
Please share this posting with all your friends. To meet Sweetie & Berrie, please contact Eli Ristine at 305-978-0388 or 305-443-8473.