Praline and Brickle were rescued from a trailer park where people are not allowed to feed stray cats. They were born in summer 2014.
Praline has become a snuggler. She will lay beside you on the sofa and purr away. At night she nestles under the covers and will be content under there for hours. We can only imagine how warm she will be on cold winter nights! When you talk to her, she’ll also answer you.
Brickle is much shyer, but has come out of his shell. He thinks he needs to sit on the chair at the table in case a piece of chicken might find its way to him. He gets so excited if he actually gets a bite or two. He will respond to you when you call his name. He loves to play with the laser light and when he hears it rattle, he comes running to play. Brickle should be with another familiar kitty, such as his sister, to help him adjust to a new home and person. Patience will be rewarded. His adopter will need to know how to live with shy kitties. We say work on kitty time, not on people time. He actually really likes the younger kittens in his foster home and will play with them for a long time.
They are not picky about food and will eat dry or canned. Each one of them has been spayed/neutered, dewormed, and vaccinated.
If you are interested in adopting Brickle, please contact the Please Don't Litter rescue group at 717-574-3948 (text or call), 717-579-7606 (call), or firstname.lastname@example.org (email).
Adoption application will be required. Adoption fee is $50 per kitty but will be adjusted if you adopt more than 1 kitty.
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