Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: From Feral to Formerly with Brother Simon and Sister Seal

Many of you were wondering if we could take a bonded pair of 6 monthh old feral kittens and teach them about human love and life on the inside.  Lots of you have done this before so you knew the answer.  Others of you weren’t quite sure.

Well, patience and love usually win the day and Brother Simon and Sister Seal are doing great.  Want to see?  Of course you do!

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Brother Simon loves to be held and snuggled.  Who would have thunk it. Take al look at those paws, he’s going to be a big boy when he grows into those things. He’s pretty good size for 8 months.

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Sister Seal is a real snuggle bug too and if you don’t pick her up for a snuggle she will tap you on the leg to remind you she’s waiting.  She is a small gal but has a purr motor that will equal the best of them!

They both are doing really, really good and we are so very proud of them for learning that love and life on the inside is a good thing.  We are so thankful for their progress!

Today we’re equally proud to say remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

Thankful Thursday Blog Hop

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47 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: From Feral to Formerly with Brother Simon and Sister Seal

  1. Deziz World

    OMC Brian, dat’s so wonderful. 2 handsum men and a bootyful lady with her handsum daddy. What a blest family ya’ll are. We had no doubt ya’ll would win them over and they would learn how pawsum luv is. Big hugs to all.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  2. Fraidy Cats!

    Brian, your folks ROCK for giving these two the chance. Simon and Seal sure do look like sweethearts. our mom has been feeding three young adult ferals since last October and one of them sure loves to be pet now.

    pip, smidgen, minnie, hollie sharpie, ditto

  3. Nellie

    Oh my goodness. They is totally cute! Yous can sure tell that Seal has Siamese blood…wes got LOUD purr motors So happy that yous is showing them to us!
    Many Kisses
    Nellie Bellie

  4. LP

    They are both truly stunning kitties! It’s difficult to understand how the ended up feral in the first place. We are so happy they are safe and loved and thriving with your wonderful family 🙂

    the critters in the cottage xo

  5. Sammy

    Obviously your formerly ferals are happily homebodies now! It’s just wonderful that they adapted with your TLC and patience. I think both of them are absolutely gorgeous too…………..

    Happy Thursday!
    Love, Angel Sammy and Mom Pam

  6. Marg

    It is such a wonderful and good feeling when the feral cats begin to trust you. That is so great that those two are doing so well. That Simon is going to be a big boy. And Seal, you are just plain pretty. You all have a good day.

  7. easyweimaraner

    Oh I bet they will be wonderful member of your family… and they are happy to live at Casa Brian… that are great photos, they look super relaxed together with your daddy.

  8. Kitties Blue

    They truly are precious, and you did such a wonderful thing by bringing them in and showing them love and kindness. What a great addition to your kitty household. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy

  9. Diane

    What a wonderful rescue story. Who would have thought there 2 would love humans as much as they do — but then, look how great their humans are 🙂 I admire you 2 humans.

  10. Pretinha

    Fico contente com o progresso deles, realmente é gratificante investir tempo, amor e paciência nesses bichanos.
    Que bom se todas as pessoas descobrissem isso.

  11. da tabbies o trout towne

    guys….we say thanx bak two yur mom N dad for:

    P) ther patientz….oopz they iz knot doctorz….ther patience
    3) for givin a monkeesz butt
    r} for bring ya in frum out door land
    2} for showin ya all peepulz iz knot crazed


  12. Loulou

    An uplifting story!!! And now you can lift them up anytime you wish and they love it! Congratulations on being such a good daddy.

  13. The Dash Kitten Crew

    we are late doing our Thankful Thursday Brian, Mum has been trying to finish work on a quilt!

    We will add our post tody and WOW don’t the two fur kids look absolutely wonderful! A tribute to patient care, love and your great love for them.

  14. Jan K

    We are so happy to see them settling in so nicely, and learning all about love and home. I don’t think it took them long to figure out just how good they’ve got it now. ♥

  15. Maggie

    How wonderful! The power of love triumphs… along with a lot of patience and care.
    The three of you look great!
    Maggie, Mickey Mouser, and Rufus the Red

  16. Madi

    OMCs Seal and Simon have a ton to be thankful to their lucky stars for find your home. Your dad is a cat whisperer
    Hugs Madi your bfff

  17. Hobo Hudson

    Simon and Seal look very happy and comfortable in your dad’s arms. It’s wonderful that they have adjusted so well to their new life. Congratulations to all of you.

  18. Savannah's Paw Tracks

    Jumpin’ up and down and up and down and *bonk!* OUCH! Never jump up and down under Mom L’s desk…so purrleased these sweeties are growin’ into mighty fine house kitties. Both are just precious

  19. Jean Dion

    That is so amazing! Congratulations to you for showering these kids with love and seeing such amazing results. It’s so, so hard to help them learn to trust, and it takes putting up with a lot of rejection in the early days. Clearly, you have the magic touch. I am so impressed and happy!

    (And Sister Seal looks so much like my Fergus that I had to do a double-take!)

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

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