Happy Tails: Divinity and Bobbi 

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Happy Tails: Divinity
Happy Tails: Bobbi

Divinity and Bobbi 

"Little Orphan Angels pulled a two-year-old pregnant black smoke cat from the Irving shelter June 24, 2009. We named her Divinity to bring attention to the white color underneath the black.

"She was adopted Sept. 3, 2009 to a family with a 16-year-old daughter. The daughter absolutely loves her and has since started volunteering with us helping to break down after our adoption events. We have gained a volunteer and get to hear weekly how well Divinity is doing in her new and loving home.

"Little Orphan Angels also pulled a pregnant bobtail mix that same year. We named her Bobbi for the little cottontail that she would wiggle when she was happy. Below is her bio:

'I may be a TV star, but I don't let it go to my head.'

"Bobbi was featured on April 26th edition of DFW Closeup with Vanessa Brown. She stole the show. Bobbi is the coolest Bobtail cat anyone has ever meet. She is very friendly, comes when called, and only speaks when she has something important to say. And what a little snuggler! She gets so excited when petted that she wiggles her cute little bobtail. Come spend some time with this little star. She's soft and snuggly and just waiting for you! This young cat will fit into most any home with or without cats, dogs or children. She was adopted to a great family in June. 

"Both girls are doing great! They were vaccinated, spayed, and microchipped and adopted out to loving homes. We are so very happy for the opportunity to help them find their forever homes.

"Watch some video clips of the girls here. Both were so calm and relaxed (Bobbi would even walk on a harness/leash) that we took them to a tv talk show to represent Little Orphan Angels. As you will see, they stole the show! But what you don’t see, is Bobbi smack our dog once on the snout just to let him know she was in charge. He took heed and she felt no need to be bothered by him at all."

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