FRENCHIE - DSH, female, spayed, black & white, DOB Oct 1/15
Meet Bliss and Frenchie. Bliss is the beautiful orange tabby. She's a siamese-cross who came from a street full of cats with her scared littermates. Her brothers and sisters came around quickly and all went to homes, but poor Bliss needed more time to trust. Frenchie came from a separate group of feral kittens. Like Bliss, she needed more time to trust than her littermates. Both went to a fos ter home that helps scared cats be more confident and social, and there they found each other. Immediately, they became inseparable, and these two beauties now do everyting together. They are SO adorable to watch as they groom each other, play, or cuddle together. These two beauties are very affectionate. Bliss is the brave one and will come for pets first, and Frenchie will follow shortly after. Before you know it they are competing for your attention. Bliss is a talker and will chatter at you, Frenchie is quiet and lets Bliss do the talking. They are absolutely stunning together and should find a home together. Due to their natures, these ladies would do best in a home with no small children. If interested, please contact us!
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