Galena is very sweet and playful, but a bit shy at first.
Since she is in a quiet foster home, she is startled when visitors come. However, she quickly settles down and visits with the guests, wanting their attention.
She is a gorgeous girl with very soft fur and long fluffy tail.
Galena loves to play and knows how to turn on the charm to get what she wants.
Galena is definitely the alpha kitten who enjoys supervising the cleaning of her litterbox and speeding up the time it takes for food to travel from the can to her plate.
When not with her brother Gaudio, she spends her time looking out the window or snoozing on a soft pillow in the sun.
At the end of the day, Galena is always the first cat to hop in bed with foster mom.
Galena is very mischievous, likes to drink water from the bathroom tap, and jump on top of something high to watch whatever is going on.
She uses her good looks to flirt and get her way.
She has a very long tail and silky fur. She enjoys playing tag with her brother and playing with her favourite peacock feather.
Galena and Gaudio are very bonded. They enjoy grooming each other, wrestling, and taking leisurely afternoon naps cuddled up together.
They sleep with their foster mom, like to sleep in, and are not a bother in the morning.
Both cats are shy at first with visitors, they are used to a quiet home, but once they get to know you they are at ease.
They are lovely cats who deserve a lot of love.
They MUST be adopted together.
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