ONCE THIS CHARMING TINY PIXIE KNOWS YOU, SHE WANTS TO BE HELD AND CUDDLED
Hello friends! My official name is Queen, but I'm so tiny that my foster family nicknamed me "Pixie." That's the name I hear most often. I'm here with my young mom Precious, We've been nurtured together in a loving King Street Cats foster home and we are now ready for our forever homes. I'm going to tell you a bit about us. My mom and I are very much attached to one another and want to be adopted into the same home as a bonded pair. It's going to a wonderful thing for us and for the lucky purrson or family who falls in love and adopts us.
My human friends find it challenging to describe just how totally cute I am! I am black and white with lots of white “highlights” in her fur, and I have a little crooked white mustache that perfectly matches my mom’s! I've got giant bright blue eyes that will melt your heart. I looove to play - in my foster home my brother Jinx and I play non-stop, wrestling with and chasing one another. I am little but feisty! I have been known to gain the upper hand by launching sneak attacks on my brother, even though he is much bigger. I love to explore!
Like my mom, I am still a little shy, but I am very good with people and other cats. Once I know you, I'll be very happy to be held and petted and will fall asleep on your lap. My foster mom says that I am a charming little girl guaranteed to bring happiness to any home!
My mom Precious is a 2-year-old black cat with lovely white markings, including a little crooked mustache, and a strikingly fluffy tail. She has been a sweet, protective mama to me and y brother Jinx. You know she has a loving spirit because even though she didn't give birth to Jinx, she adopted him as her own when he was four weeks old and raised us together. When she’s not busy looking after us youngsters, she enjoys basking in the sun, looking out the window, and grooming herself to ensure she always looks elegant. She's been with our foster family since April and is still a bit shy but she warms up if you sit on the floor with her. Then she can become very playful and silly, running after strings and fluffy toys! She is good with other cats.
There are many benefits for both humans and felines when adopting two compatible cats together. This is especially true when adopting a kitten or in the case of a bonded pair like my mom and me. Same-species companionship greatly enhances our quality of life. We provide each other with stimulating play. We moderate each other's behavior. We burn off our energy together - this is very important for indoor housecats. We provide each other with grooming services free of charge. We sleep, cuddle and snuggle together. We comfort each other and keep each other engaged when you are off doing the things that keep you away from us.
In return, you get twice the love, affection and happiness. You have peace of mind knowing that when you have the leave us, we'll be fine together until you return.
Please come to meet me and my lovely mom! Our foster family knows that we will add immeasurable happiness to our new home. It's easy to get started: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for me, or us. Thank you!
Queen (a.k.a. "Pixie")
with my mom Precious II
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