Doodle is the dominant kitten of the litter and she will make sure everyone knows she is in charge. She is very active playing with a variety of toys, chasing her siblings and wrestling with them, and racing to the top of cat trees. She has to be in the middle of EVERYTHING that goes on and tries to steal the attention. While she is very active, she also loves to be picked up and cuddled and will snuggle beside you (or on you) for a nap.
Dandy is a bit more aloof. While she enjoys playing with her siblings, she is also content to play by herself with a toy – furry mice are the best! She will frequently lay on the windowsill, contemplating life, and watching the world go by. She sometimes gets a little nervous when she is picked up but she is getting used to it. She loves a good shoulder rub when she is standing or lying beside you. She will also curl up in your lap for a nap, purring away.
These girls would love to stay together since they love each other and interact well together. But they will understand if they have to be separated, as long as they have another furry companion to keep them company.
Doodle and Dandy are both up to date on their vaccines, tested negative for FeLV and FIV, and have been micro chipped.
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