Charlie is 5 ½ month old tabby mix was the last kitten of 5 to get rescued this summer who was all alone for 3 weeks. Once he was brought home it only took him 1 week to warm up to people. After 3 weeks indoors he latched onto Chloe who accepted him almost immediately. Charlie loves to be held, loves to fetch and really loves to wrestle with Chloe. These two will keep you entertained while also giving you the privilege to cuddle and have lap time with such adorable kittens. Charlie still gets a little spooked by sudden movements, sudden loud noises and strangers however but quickly warms up when he knows your intentions aren’t to chase him. He was outside without human contact for his first 4 months but the last 6 weeks I’ve had him have been nothing short of amazing. He’s cuddly, loves sitting on my lap and follows me around as if he was never outside alone.
Charlie is bonded to his buddy, Chloe and they will need to stay together for life. They enjoy playing with bouncy balls, mice and feathers on a string. They love to entertain you with how high they can jump and how they love to fetch. When they’re awake you’ll see them wrestling, chasing each other or vocalizing that they want you to play with them. They are fully trained and spayed/neutered.
These two would really like a forever home with humans who have lots of space, a calm but will entertain them lifestyle, will feed them a 100% grain free or “raw” diet and will love and play with them daily.
Please call 651-788-6535 for more information about adopting Chloe and Charlie. The adoption fee for the pair is $150.
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