Will Storm and Rain Make Landfall at Your House?

Published by Alisa Mullins.

The good news is that all three of the dogs PETA’s rescue team evacuated from Texas and Louisiana shelters and brought to our Virginia shelter have adoptions pending. But for some reason, people haven’t exactly been battering down our doors like 150-mph winds to whisk away the two adorable feline refugees, Storm and Rain.

So that leaves us with no choice but to pelt you with cute kitten snaps, which we hope you’ll scatter to the four winds and share with anyone you think may be interested in opening their storm shutters to this irresistible, 10-week-old brother-and-sister duo.

Two cute kittens looking up

Just as a hurricane loses strength as it passes over land, Storm and Rain collapse after spinning in a counterclockwise motion around their guest room at PETA’s Sam Simon Center:

Sleepy black kitten facing camera; tabby kitten lying next to him

The eyes of this Storm are pretty sleepy:

Storm looking sleepy

Rain looks like he’s about to taper off:

Cute black kitten looking sleepy

Storm stalls over a body of catnip:

Cute gray tabby kitten with toy

The yawn before the Storm:

Black kitten yawning, gray tabby kitten beside him

Rain falls … for a tasty treat:

Cute black kitten rescued from Hurricane Harvey

Storm has always been a “Cat 1” as far as we’re concerned:

Cute gray tabby kitten with green toy

This Rain reigns:

Cute black kitten rescued from Hurricane Harvey

E-mail [email protected] to get all the details on how and when Storm and Rain can make landfall at your house.

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind