Nina (Lighter fur) & Lola (darker fur)-- These two gorgeous domestic long hairs are amazing! They are about 5 months old, but have already survived a lot in their young lives! Their mother managed to escape the shelter kennel, leaving her four kittens behind. Unfortunately, two of them did not take to the bottle feeding and did not make it, but Nina and Lola are going strong! They are healthy and after having being handled a lot young in their lives, are very acclimated to people! They are very close to each other, and we would love to see them adopted together, but it isn't a requirement. From their foster mom:
"These two kittens are two peas in a pod. These sisters are all about play and cuddles. They both enjoy pushing each others buttons and exploring everything they can get into, even the trash bin. Lola is the smallest one with white markings. She's the type of sister who runs to mommy and tattletales on her sister. Nina on the other hand, she's the biggest who likes to bully her younger sister and will run like the wind away to not get in trouble. The vacuum is the ultimate enemy but they know that laps will comfort them from the evil machine. Who needs TV when you can adopt these sisters who are twice as entertaining?! The best thing in life is watching them wrestle and having Lola run to the nearest human for protection. "
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