These two kittens were found in someone's back yard, but they're not your typical backyard strays. "We definitely knew we were looking at a different type breed the second we saw them," said Angela Sexton of the Animal Rescue Fund. So Sexton turned them over to the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Center Point, Indiana. As no mother cat was in sight, the breed is still uncertain. Most likely, they're Bengal or Savannah mixed with a domestic cat. "We do realize people may love their pet hybrids, but it puts a demand on breeders getting servals and other smaller exotics to keep up with the exotic pet market, a market we are against," Minnesota's Wildcat Sanctuary wrote on their blog. While these babies are undoubtedly beautiful, we here in Homer's community have one simple motto: Adopt, don't shop!
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