Ramona and Mendel
SPECIAL NEEDS - subsidized adoption fee
Ramona: Domestic Shorthair, born in February 2016, Black, Spayed female
Mendel: Domestic Shorthair, born in February 2016, Black, Neutered male
We are an adorable sister and brother duo who our foster mom describes as 'a joy.' We have loud exuberant purrs that can probably be heard in Timbuktu! We are very playful and we love our favorite toys - for Ramona it's round balls to chase and Mendel likes soft toys that he can carry around. We got the opportunity to run on a big cat wheel and that was tons of fun and we learned how to do it very fast! We both love to get up high, so we hope you have a kitty tree so we can climb. We are very healthy and shiny, but we have tested positive for a Corona Virus. A small percentage of cats get sick with the virus and most don't, so we think we're going to be O.K. but we need someone with a big heart to give us a chance at rescue. Can that be you?
Ramona and Mendel are a bonded pair and must be adopted together.
Children: 10 years and older
Cats: No other cats
Medical: Both kittens tested positive for Corona Virus. Most cats with this will remain healthy and clear the virus naturally. We can provide more information upon request.
Ramona and Mendel are microchipped, spayed/neutered, have had a full veterinary checkup and vaccines.
If you are interested in more information or meeting them please fill out our online adoption survey:
See Ramona learn how to run on the cat wheel!
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