P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
Mr. Lombardi and Nyla are very happy in their new home!
Hi Katrin and Chad,
We wanted to thank you again for letting us bring Mr. Lombardi and Nyla into our home! They both seem to be very happy, eating well and using the box without any problems. Mr. Lombardi just walks around purring constantly, even if we're not petting him, and Nyla is frisky and affectionate too. They get along great, they're always sitting next to each other or playing together without swatting and they cuddle up together to sleep at night.
We definitely think Mr Lombardi was a housecat before he was a stray. Even the first night at our house when we started turning off the lights he ran right upstairs to the bed and made himself comfy at the foot, he purrs in his sleep and snores too. Nyla likes to hang out at the top of the stairs and keep an eye on things, and she speaks up and meows a lot to let us know when she's about to get into mischief!
We're so happy we adopted them from you, we think Animalkind is doing a great thing, the cats are well socialized and obviously very well cared for. We're recommending you to everyone we know!
Thank you so much again,
Katie and Andrew
(Note: Mr. Lombardi, the orange and white kitty in the above photo) was trapped at a location where a neighbor has threatened to kill stray cats. He was thought to be feral, but turned out to be a #1 lovebug!)
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