Gemini and Carina are bonded sisters, who have never been separated. For the sake of their peace of mind it is essential that these two stay together. These girls are beautiful, sweet, fun-loving cats to one another and need each other for comfort and security. What is needed now, more than anything else, is a forever home filled with love, quiet, calmness, patience and understanding. Neither cat is a cuddler and both need time to get to know their new surroundings, smells, sights and adopters. Winning the trust of these beautiful girls will take time, but it is a geuninely rewarding experience once it happens.
Gemini is a white and brown tabby with some hints of grey in her soft and beautiful coat. More outgoing than her sister, she always greets her foster mother at the door, even if mealtime is hours away. She responds to sweet talk and loves to rub her cute face on hands and fingers. Once trust has been established she will even flop onto her side for scratches between her should blades. She loves this area scratched so much in fact she will flop to the ground even if the scratching begins in a standing position! Still somewhat shy and skittish, her natural curiousity takes over and those large gorgous, green eyes, cute pink nose and adorable pajama-striped legs bound out of her catroom door, dying to see what lies beyond.
It is believed that both Gemini and Carini need a quiet home without other pets or children. Both girls have been spayed and are up to date on all vaccinations.
Approx. DOB August 2013
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