**Bonded Pair** - Darling & Lil Bit 16 months old siblings looking for their forever home
Darling and Lil Bit had a rough start to their lives. Their mother was killed when they were a week old. Thanks to a surrogate and several sleepless nights with a bottle in one hand and kittens in the other, they thrived. They have always been around other kittens and cats to help them along the way. Because they did have such a bad start to life and over the last 16 months to become each other’s BFFs, we cannot separate them now. Darling (male) – When young, we thought he was a little girl, we decided to keep the name J. He will let you hold him, dance and even rub his belly. Although, don’t be surprised if he talks to you while doing so, letting you know you are doing it all wrong. Lil Bit (female) – When this gorgeous girl was born she was so tiny. As you can see now, she is has grown in to quite a looker. She is a bit timid and it will take her a while for her a while to come around. However, if you talk softly to her and hold hand arm out, she will let you give her some loving and eventually jump if your lap if you would like.
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If you think that I am somebody you would like to love, please email WAGS at email@example.com to arrange to meet me.
WAGS adoption fee is $60.00 for cats and kittens. The fee covers the spay or neuter surgery, up to date vaccinations and deworming. We have an adoption form that all potential adopters fill out. There is an informal interview conducted when you meet the cats, to determine what kind of home you will provide for a pet.
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