New Jersey Aid for Animals board member Kelly Matthews, a Gloucester Township resident, submitted the following to Patch:
This week we bring you two cats—a brother and sister. Guns and Roses are white, and are spayed and neutered. They were also declawed front and back by their previous owner. They are 4 years old. Both of these beauties are 100 percent healthy and ready to go home with someone who is ready to adopt.
Due to a change in his job, the current owner is traveling and is away 20+ days a month; it is becoming increasing difficult to provide adequate care for these two wonderful animals. He pays a neighbor to feed them, provide fresh water and clean the litter box in his absence. They have been a part of his “family” for two years. If you can assist in placing these cats into a good home, it would be wonderful. Please contact the current owner directly at email@example.com.
New Jersey Aid for Animals is a Winslow Township-based no-kill animal charity enriching the lives of animals by providing programs for domestic animals on wellness, humane education, and spay and neuter, with a focus on impoverished communities. It also reports cases involving and pursues justice for abused animals.