These two young male cats were trapped on Warsaw Street and named in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Czarna (Tch-ar-na, black) and Czowy, (Tch-ov-i, orange) were living with their mother and became very frightened when they were trapped and removed. Two months of socialization have helped build their trust in humans, but both are still a little shy. They can be adopted to a patient home as a kitty couple for only one adoption fee of $60. Both like to be petted and not aggressive at all.