DOB: 3/20/15 & 4/18/15
Izzy was brought to my door by some teenagers who found her in a bush on a busy street. The first time I held her she started purring and hasn't stopped since. She is an extremely playful and loving little imp who talks with the cutest little chirps. Once she tuckers out she looks for a lap to cuddle up in to take a nap. She is extremely bonded to Harry who came into her life a few weeks after her rescue. They had both been single kittens and when they met it was love at first sight. Wherever you find one you will always find the other. Izzy and Harry really want to find a home together where they will never be without one another. Izzy has been spayed, microchipped, deflead, dewormed, tested negative for FIV/FELV and is current on vaccines.
Harry was rescued by a dear friend of mine. He was a single kitten longing for a playmate and I just happened to have rescued a single kitten named Izzy who was also in need of someone her age to play with. We introduced the two of them and it was magic. They have not left each other's side since. Harry is extremely handsome, energetic, and loves people as much as he loves his adopted sister. Harry and Izzy really want to find a home together where they will never be without one another. He has been neutered, microchipped, deflead, dewormed, tested negative for FIV/FELV and is current on vaccines.
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