Imah is the mama cat. She's about 1 year old (teenage pregnancy-- no one ever had "the talk" with her) and a petite girl. She's just super tiny and looks like a kitten. She is eating all she can to fatten up! She adores headbutts and pets, but she doesn't like to be held and will wiggle out of arms. Instead, she wants to chill next to you while you type on the computer and get cuddles. She also loves toys and wrestling with her daughter. She is a "torbie"-- a brown tabby with some tortoiseshell mixed in, giving her a beautiful red color.
Evie is a twelve week-old kitten who is about as cute as can be. She is a tortoiseshell kitten, though you barely know it since she is a constant blur of movement. She is always moving! She is quite the parkour expert-- climbing, jumping, and totally fearless. She loves to play with people, though she's not cuddly until she is exhausted. She is more interested in interacting, carrying her toys around, and exploring. She does lay down on her foster dad's lap once she's tired out, and she does like petting. She is a riot and very smart.
While we will consider splitting this pair, first priority will be to adopters interested in them as a pair. They do get along very well. Also, Evie *must* be adopted into a home with another young cat if she is not with her mom (who is very young herself). Their adoption fee is $170 for the pair or $85 each. The adoption fee includes their spays, microchips, age-appropriate shots, deworming, flea treatment, virus testing, and general exams.
To meet these girls, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. These two are in a foster home and not one of our physical shelters.
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