HART Super Stars Of The Week: Brothers Wallace and Weston
MASON, OH -- Meet Wallace and Weston! Wallace and Weston, and their other brothers, were born in a car in an impound lot. Mama probably decided that was safer than outside!
Wallace and Weston are still a little shy and uncertain about new things that come their way, but they’re both very sweet kittens who love to play – and they love their canned food!
Wallace and Weston are good buddies and will be happiest if they are adopted together. They seem to provide each other with a good measure of security and closeness. A home on the quiet side will suit them best.
Please visit www.rescueahart.com to complete an adoption application and you’ll be contacted shortly by a HART volunteer. Additional information on this bonded pair can also be found at Cat for adoption - Wallace, a Domestic Short Hair in Cincinnati, OH | Petfinder.
WarrenCountyPost.com is working with HART (Homeless Animal Rescue Team) in helping them with their mission, which is:
- Helping them rescue homeless animals,
- Saving them from euthanization, abandonment, and abuse
- Placing them in forever homes.
All HART pets are fully-vetted (spayed/neutered, up-to-date on all vaccines, micro-chipped, and on heart worm and/or flea and tick preventative) at time of adoption. To help HART perform its mission, WarrenCountyPost.com will be "Spotlighting" an animal that needs a Forever Home on a weekly basis. To learn more about HART visit their website here.