BOLT & BRAZEN

male & female
est. DoB: March 2016
activity level: _______
good with: _______


After three weeks of very long nights, a lot of gas, people trying to poison them, tripping the traps, dumping the food, chasing them off property, and her heart breaking about the whole situation... our trapper was FINALLY able to rescue these feral cats from Magrath.

BOLT: When Brazen was trapped, her brother Bolt was sitting outside the trap trying to help her. When our trapper was able to catch Bolt later on, he thrashed around it so violently he caused himself facial injuries and bleeding. He rammed against the carrier all the way back to the city, so hard he flipped and rolled his kennel over at one point, then eventually knocked himself out. He was laying with his eyes half open and disoriented when he arrived at the intake house. We call that "habenarjo spicy feral." It has been noted that this boy likes to wink! Whether he's trying to charm us or he's a grumpy pirate is yet to be determined.


BRAZEN: This feral has a precious beautiful little face.. Despite being feral, after getting settled at the intake house, and a few hisses and spits, she allowed our trapper to gently touch her! Her tongue hangs out a lot and at times her bottom jaw looks like it isn’t completely aligned, probably from previous jaw trauma. She had to have part of her tail and some of her teeth removed. But we've discovered that she is excellent in the car and doesn't make a peep. She's teeny tiny for a full grown kitty and has stunning eyes! She's already made great progress since she's been with us and is ready to learn all about love and affection!

Bolt and Brazen are a bonded pair and must be adopted together by someone with experience with feral and transitioning cats. We won't rehome them with just anyone. They need to go to someone who is willing to take the time and who fully understand what this brother and sister need.

Bolt (m - above) & Brazen (f - below)

Brazen 01.jpg