HISTORY: Wilma was found under some bushes in a park on a very hot day. She had recently given birth to two kittens. Sadly, one of the kittens passed away shortly after birth. Wilma is available for adoption with her surviving kitten, Pebbles.
AGE: We estimate Wilma to be about a year old, born around summer 2015. Pebbles was born 4th of July weekend (2016).
ABOUT: Wilma is a great and attentive mother to her surviving kitten Pebbles. We will be adopting them out as a pair only. They are quite bonded after spending all this time together, just the two of them. Wilma is very laid back. She loves to lounge around and cuddle with people and Pebbles. Wilma is not going to be a “rough and tumble” playmate – she’s more the Audrey Hepburn of the cat family. Wilma will be beyond thrilled the day someone asks if they are sisters instead of mother and daughter. Wilma would be an excellent lap cat, as she loves touch and affection from people. Wilma does like to jump around and play with wand toys and Pebbles, but overall she is fairly calm and laid back. Pebbles is...well...Pebbles is a kitten. She loves everything, gets into everything, and loves everyone. She loves playing with anything you can come up with. Pebbles is cute, and clumsy, and rough-and-tumble. These two ladies are very easy going and flexible so we think they would be a great addition to a variety of different families/situations. They have always been kept separate from other pets in their foster home so we can’t say for certain how they interact with other cats or dogs. They’re not very demanding but we hear they have a soft spot for wet food, and temptations treats. Wilma is still an incredible mom and they are almost always found playing or sleeping together. Wilma is always right there to comfort, or groom, or play with Pebbles. These two beauties would love to start their lives in their forever home soon.
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