There are many questions unanswered after Kyle and Colleen Eyrich were found dead in their Palm Coast home on Aug. 4. For the couple’s two cats, Sadey and Calley, the question is, “will someone adopt us?”
“The sheriff’s office brought the cats in,” Flagler Humane Society Director Amy Carotenuto said. “They were a little dehydrated, and they may have been without care for up to two weeks.”
The cats are now at the Flagler Humane Society, where they will stay sheltered until they are adopted. Carotenuto hopes they can find one home that will want to adopt them both.
“Since they’ve been here, they have been huddled together,” Carotenuto said. “We have been told there is no family member available to take them.”
Sadey is a 7-year-old, female tiger, and Calley, a 3-year-old, calico mix. The FHS received their medical records, and while both are spayed, they were due for vaccinations – something the humane society includes, along with a microchip and pet insurance, with the adoption. The adoption cost for both is $50.
Carotenuto said the animals have been affected by their ordeal and hopes a quiet home can be found for them.
“Every animal that comes in here has a sad story. We just don’t know it,” Carotenuto said. “We know theirs.”
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