2 Persian cats looking for loving new home

Kim and Kassandra are two sisters who are looking for an extra special home to call their own.

They are currently at the Vernon SPCA waiting to find the perfect family to take them home!

<who>Photo credit: BC SPCA</who>Kim





<who>Photo credit: BC SPCA</who>Kassandra


The two cats are incredibly shy and are looking for a very patient and loving guardian to help build their confidence.

A home without children and other animals would be ideal for them. At this point, Kim and Kassandra are not comfortable with being pet.

They will need slow socialization and a guardian willing to go at their own pace.

<who>Photo credit: BC SPCA</who>Kim

Both of them have special needs, so they’re new family should be willing to take extra care of them.

Kassanda has Grade 1-2 Dental disease and will require a dental in the future.

<who>Photo credit: BC SPCA</who>Kassandra

Kim has some medical issues that will require ongoing vet care. The vet has diagnosed her with

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Homeward Trails Comes To The Rescue Of Homeless Dogs And Cats

FAIRFAX STATION, VA — Since Sue Bell founded Homeward Trails Animal Rescue in 2002, it has grown to become the largest private shelter in Northern Virginia. Last year, it took in 3,116 animals, making it 11th among the more than 400 shelters and rescues in Virginia.

“Our mission mostly is just to provide temporary and permanent homes for homeless dogs and cats in the D.C. region,” she said. “However, in the last five or six years we have also expanded our mission to do work and advocacy and legislation to promote more humane animal welfare policies and laws locally and throughout the state of Virginia.”

Unlike publicly run shelters in places like Fairfax County and Arlington, HTAR is completely financed by private funding. About half of its revenue comes from its adoptions, with the remaining support coming from donations by individuals, corporations and events.

“The public shelters usually have a

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