Jellybean and Rangger were orphaned kittens who were taken in by a mom with two other kittens at a spay/neuter clinic attended by GALS volunteers. They are bonded with each other and would love to be adopted together to continue their friendship.
Jellybean was the smallest in her family of adopted siblings but she quickly became known as a confident one. She was fostered with five other adult cats whom she loved on sight. She could frequently be found following the resident golden retrievers, playing with their paws and tail. She loves wet food in the morning and prefers a daily cleaned litter box. Due to her small stature she ingeniously figured out counter time could be achieved by climbing up her foster parents legs. Jellybean (and Rangger) also enjoy their time with kids, particularly if they have food! Her purr (and meow) seems too loud to come from such a little girl. Jellybean would love to be adopted with her Rangger to continue their amazing friendship.
Rangger was the largest in her family of adopted siblings. Like Jellybean, she was fostered with five other adult cats whom she loved on sight. She could frequently be found following the resident golden retrievers, looping in and out of their legs as they stood or rubbing against their faces as they rested. At the time of her spay, it was discovered that Rangger has a heart murmur. GALS arranged for a cardio ultrasound, x-rays and other medical diagnostics to determine her future care. The heart murmur is not surgically correctable and may lead to health complications as she progresses into her elder years. The diagnostic memo is available to all potential adopters to discuss with their vet. Despite this, Rangger leads a normal life, having a normal kitten activity level with no visible symptoms of her condition. She is adventurous, fearless and purrs the moment you pet her. Rangger would love to be adopted with her Jellybean to continue their amazing friendship.