Message posted by Marion Bob on 22áJuneá2008 at 8:00pm - IP Logged
We have just returned from Kalami Beach on the 20th June and just wanted to let everyone know that the kittens are ok. We went to check on them on Thursday evening and met a young lady who was looking for them, as she had received a message from a lady in England who ran a rescue centre, telling her to collect them. She had been unable to find them as they were hiding! We showed her where they were and told her to take all the pouches of food that another kind lady had driven off to buy, as all the local shops had sold out! So we were very happy and relieved as they were really tiny and the little tabby was really gentle and timid and they both loved human company, so we were worried how they would survive. I hope that the two lovely ladies who rescued them in the first place will read this and knowing how upset they were, they can put their minds to rest!
Message posted by celeste on 23áJuneá2008 at 3:05pm - IP Logged
Thankyou so much ,Bob and Marion for letting us know about the kittens.We were abit worried but you lovely people on the beach assured us that you would care for them until you returned home. And we knew you would! When I returned home,I contacted the Agni Animal Sanctuary and they picked them up ,I think ,the night you left.....good timing! Thanks again...keep in touch Kind regards susan ,antonella and cai
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