This is how I met them:
I was driving to our countryside next to the small town called Elena. In the countryside people often abandon kittens and puppies or drown them in rivers. We would never have rescued Elena and Eleni if my car`s A/C was not working and I had to drive with open windows. This is how I heard their screams from the road. I must admit that I decided I cannot afford another batch of kittens. I thought that they were newborns as their scream was so loud. And I continued to drive along. But this scream was so loud that it stayed in my head. I came back and we found them, luckily they were not newborns and they were only 2. Elena was extremely scared and I could not catch her. She was following her brother in panic and this saved her.
They live in an empty storehouse. Not the best place but the only one.
We took them to our countryhouse last week for my vacation and they enjoyed the yard so much. They were playing like crazy on the grass, climbing on the trees and meeting my old cats who I also had to take with me.
Leni is extremely social to people. He likes to cuddle in humans, to take part in everything they do. To the point he is just annoying. He is like a cotton in your hands. They both like to play but not in a rough way. Even Leni who is a boy is a very gentle player.
Elena was very shy in beginning but after they spend with us much time, she became even more cuddly than her brother. She is very attached to her brother, she follows him around. But I guess she will always stay just a little bit shyer than him.
They are both very gentle when they play with humans and they truly prefer to be around humans as much as possible.
Now both are 6 months old, have 2 vaccinations and will be castrated soon.
I desperately need the help of some reliable organization. Leni and Elena are growing up fast and they are not posted by any organization at the moment. Do you think there is some organization that could help me find homes for them? I know every organization is very busy with so many cats but I really need help. I have only 5 foster cats but some of them wait for years and outside there are so many more waiting and dying until I have free space. Please, if some people from organizations read here, i would be so grateful if you can help me rehome some of my foster cats. I have no other solution for them. I also have two seniors cats - one with heart failure and one with diabetes that cannot be adopted and will stay with me but they take space and food. Along with my own adopted cats and the foster cats and the situation is very stressful for all of us.
I will be so grateful if you can recommend some organization that could help Leni and Eleni by posting them.