Dora is the more outwardly affectionate of the two and will cuddle with you and ask for tummy rubs and snuggles. Twinkle Toes is affectionate but more often on her terms, using gentle rubs on your legs or hands to garner some attention for herself.
Dora is known to be a bug whisperer (well, chatterer anyway). When she finds one, she’ll have a lengthy discussion…likely convincing it to come closer…Twinkle Toes, on the other hand, prefers talking with people.
Both girls thrive in a quiet, peaceful environment, with patient people. Although the sisters were raised together, they are separable for the right family(ies).
In the attached photos, Twinkle Toes has the narrow, all black face and Dora has white on her face from the corners of her mouth.
For more information, please call Debbie, Jake's Place Adoption Manager at 415-548-0824 or visit http://www.jakesplacecatrescue.org
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