Name: Cookie and Ruffles
Born: May 2016
Sex: Female and Male
Description: See write up
COOKIE & RUFFLES are sweet, friendly and energetic kittens. They love playing with strings and balls and wrestling and chasing each other for hours before settling down. They also love special cuddle time with their foster parents. These kittens need a home with adults or older kids (12 years or older). They are bonded and need to be adopted as a pair.
COOKIE (black/white medium-haired) could be the top model of the cat world. Her white whiskers beautifully accentuate her perfect facial features. Cookie loves hanging out with her foster parents and her brother, Ruffles, but also has an independent streak. Cookie can entertain herself with toys and when not busy playing, seeks human affection and is very loving. Cookie is guaranteed to bring joy to your life!
RUFFLES (orange tabby, short-haired) is a fun boy who loves to play. He is guaranteed to bring you lots of joy with his kitten antics. Give him a cat toy to play with and you will have an hour of entertainment! Ruffles also absolutely LOVES cuddle time and needs you to include that in your schedule. He follows his foster mom around their home and meows for her whenever not in his sight. He will make the perfect addition to any cat-loving home.
Cookie and Ruffles came into our care with their siblings, Ruby and Chip (posted separately). Believe it or not - they arrived in our care in a cardboard box weighing less than one pound each - malnourished, dehydrated and loaded with fleas and parasites. Now healthy and growing up fast, they are ready for a home of their own.
Please be sure to visit our website (http://www.spcanova.org/adoption/catlist.php) for details about our adoption policies.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ADOPT TO RESIDENTS OF NORTHERN VA AND WASHINGTON DC SUBURBS ONLY. PLEASE SEE OUR ADOPTION GUIDELINES AT WWW.SPCANOVA.ORG .
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