My brothers and sisters and me were rescued from a shelter; we had colds and were going to be put to sleep. But the Fat Cat people saw our pathetic photos and took us and gave us some medicine and now we're fine. We are all very sweet and start purring the moment we're petted.
Me and Cooper are like identical twins. It's really hard to tell us apart, but he's got a white strip on one of his legs and I don't. So sometimes when Cooper does something naughty, my foster mom thinks I did it! And of course Cooper isn't one to own up. But it's OK. I love my siblings, and I love the other foster kittens. I'm easygoing and sweet. And I'm big. I'm gonna be a big girl. So if maybe you're looking to adopt two kittens that can double as bookends, consider me and Cooper.
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