found a new home!
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I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
AC came in as a sad, sick runt of the litter. Due to this, he was separated from his 5 siblings, leaving him all alone. This was fine at first, but as time went on, and AC got better, he got BORED! The poor baby would run and jump and leap all over. He climbed up foster mom's pant legs and bit at her fingers as she typed her work. AC was feeling better, which was wonderful, except for anyone in a 5 ft radius who had fingers.
Anywho, weeks go by and foster mom gets a call about a baby kitten crying, stuck in a bush. Enter Lacey. Lacey fit in the palm of a hand, and looked up at foster mom with an appreciative gaze. You could almost hear the sigh of relief as she was wrapped in a fuzzy blanket and given kisses on her head. So off they went home, where Lacey was set up in a room next to AC, with blankets, food and all the love she could want. That first night was a sleepless one. Lacey cried and cried and cried, pleading for attention. Only stopping when coddled. AC hearing these cries, cried along. Foster mom wondered what they were talking about.
For a few days this went on, when finally mom decided-fine you two can meet-she needed sleep. After two health checks for both babies, the fated meeting occurred. And the bond was instant. Foster mom saw it happen, and said, "Crap, well now I have to adopt them out together". AC's finger biting stopped, Lacey's crying ceased. And they have spent everyday together since, playing and keeping each other busy. They often curl up together, AC cleaning Lacey or vice versa. Watching them interact will keep a permanent smile on your face. They eat together, sleep together, play together, and even pee together. This is a bond that cannot be broken. It is rare to see this instant, everlasting connection in two kittens that aren't siblings. So if you are looking for two kittens, that will keep you laughing and at the end of a long day, come sleep and purr on your lap, these two might be for you. Remember, two kittens keep each other busy, meaning less shredded curtains and broken vases! Come witness this love story in person, you won't regret it!