Breaking News: Danica (formerly Cobbie) and Angelica Were Adopted

 

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Hopefully you remember my original post about sweet little Cobbie. Cobbie was sporting a new name, Danica and was with the wonderful humans at Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, in Asheville, NC. Danica, as you may recall, was FIV+. She had a wonderful new friend in Angelica, another FIV+ kitten. They have become the best of friends and were hoping for a Forever Together home.

Danica was adopted today, but she was not adopted with her best pal Angelica.  But how about some extra good news?  Upon re-testing, Danica tested NEGATIVE for FIV!

More good news?  Even though they did not get a home together, Angelica was also adopted today.  More???  Yes!  Angelica also, upon re-testing, tested NEGATIVE for FIV!

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Danica (formerly Cobbie)

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Angelica

Thanks for your purrs of support for these two.  All in all, it was a very good day.  Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!


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29 thoughts on “Breaking News: Danica (formerly Cobbie) and Angelica Were Adopted

  1. Whisppy

    This IS a good good day! Such wonderful news that these 2 beauties got adopted, even if not together AND are FIV negative. May they adjust well and be happy in their new forever home.

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  2. Old Kitty

    FANTASTIC news!!! Me and Charlie are doing a little happy dance for adorable Danica and sweet Angelica!! Yay!! take care
    x

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  3. Fuzzy Tales

    This is fabulous news that both found forever homes and both retested negative. We hope they won’t miss each other too much, that they’ll have long and happy and healthy lives in their new homes!

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  4. Random Felines

    THAT IS AWESOME!!!! And another reason we tell people not to freak out about FIV – sometimes the test can be wrong and sometimes kittens throw the virus. We are so happy for these girls!!! Thanks for the good news.

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  5. Marg

    We heard this great news this morning. We were so excited for both pieces of good news. They were both adopted and tested negative. How much better can it get. Glad you posted about it. Take care.

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