Sweet Pea was a stray who is glad to be an inside cat now. She's an adorable little tuxedo with tall, white socks. She is about two years old, small, and very kittenish. She loves to play. Mylar balls are her favorite, and she carries them around in her mouth, chirping. Sweet Pea loves to be around other cats and is usually playing or cuddled up with her best friend Birdie. Sweet Pea is still skittish but likes to be petted. Birdie is a beautiful gray tabby who was also once a stray. She chirps like a bird, especially at mealtime. Birdie is a true Minnesotan and doesn't like to be hugged or petted. Only Sweet Pea is allowed to do that. But Birdie doesn't hide and is always in on the action. These girls are fun to have around. They will need a family that is not looking for cuddly cats but can enjoy just having them near and watching them interact with each other. Sweet Pea has allergies and needs to eat the food that agrees with her. For more information call Molly at 651-295-3758 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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