A stray cat wandered outside Totally Rad Toyhouse in Nashville, TN, and the owner, L.J., became concerned for her safety during the upcoming cold weather. After the cat kept returning, L.J. contacted Jenn, a foster volunteer at Metro Animal Care and Control, for assistance. Jenn revealed that L.J. was attempting to locate a foster home for the cat when she discovered that the feline had a kitten.
The previous week in Nashville, the cold weather and snowfall reached an all-time low, posing a challenge for the cat living on the streets. L.J. took it upon himself to locate the homeless feline and stumbled across it residing in a wooden shelter with its offspring. The mother cat had ingeniously dug a deep cavity within the hideout to provide warmth and security for her little one. With some effort, L.J. managed to pry open the structure and successfully rescue both the cat and kitten from harm’s way.
Jenn kindly took in a mother and son pair of cats, whom she affectionately named Pepper Potts and Jarvis, to foster. Initially, both cats were apprehensive upon arriving at their new home. However, Jenn’s attentive care and affection allowed them to quickly adapt to the comforts of an indoor lifestyle. Pepper and Jarvis have since developed a fondness for human company and seek attention from their caretakers. They are playful creatures who enjoy frolicking around the house and engaging in friendly wrestling matches before retiring to a cozy bed to snuggle and fall asleep together.
According to Jenn’s account to Love Meow, Pepper is highly protective of Jarvis and keeps a close eye on him in their foster room. Jarvis, on the other hand, adores snuggling with Pepper and finds her tail to be the ultimate toy. The two felines have begun the year in a cozy and loving environment, relishing lots of affection and delicious food in their temporary home.
In approximately two weeks, Pepper and Jarvis will be up for adoption. It would be great if they could be adopted as a pair into a loving and nurturing home where they will be treated with admiration and care. The rescue of these adorable cats and kittens requires the assistance of an entire community, and we are thankful to L.J. for her help in saving Pepper and Jarvis. Tell your acquaintances about this touching tale and follow @nashfosterkittens on Instagram to discover more about Pepper Potts, Jarvis, and Jenn’s other fosters.