Their foster home's son wrote this awesome description of them:
"Both kittens are EXTREMELY affectionate and loving.
Alexander is definitely an explorer. I will check on him and he will always either be on the top of my shelf or behind something in a little crevice. He likes to play a lot but I think he prefers cuddles. sleeping, or exploring a bit more. Unlike most cats, he really likes belly rubs.
Angelica is a bit of a wild thing. She's a little smaller then Alexander but makes up for it in energy. She is always down to play and run around. The best part about her though is that she can be completely energetic when it comes to play, then turn right around and sit on your lap to get her ears scratched.
Neither of these cats have a vicious bone in their body. They have never bitten me and they have never scratched me either. Oh, and one of the best things about both of them is that they are easy purrers (I think that's the right word to use). Overall, these two cats are adorable, fun, affectionate and definitely never boring."
These kittens were rescued from a shelter. We think they look like Maine Coon / Domestic Longhair mixes, or Chantilly-Tiffany mixes.
If you are interested in meeting Alexander & Angelica please fill out our adoption application by clicking this LINK or go to www.TheRescueTrain.org. Applications are required PRIOR to meeting one of our animals and are used to set up a safe and successful adoption. Please don't be shy and answer the questions thoroughly. To learn more about our adoption process please visit www.TheRescueTrain.org and click on "Adopt A Cat".
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