Eeyore (male) is a short haired gray tabby mix and is a bit on the rare side. We believe he is a Bengal, Tabby, and American Bobtail mix. Our vet thinks that his father who is a Bengal probably carries the bobtail gene in him and consequently one of his kittens has a bobtail.
Winnie (female) is a short haired honey colored tabby, Bengal, and tortoiseshell mix. She is lovely and very unique in her coloring. She loves her brother and cleans him like a mama cat. She has taken on the big sister role and watches out over Eeyore.
Winnie and Eeyore are a bonded pair and need to be adopted together if possible. They share everything and sleep together each night. They are never very far away from each other.
The kittens are approximately 12- 14 weeks old and currently living at a foster home. They are litter box trained. They have been seen by our Vet and are healthy. They are both fixed. They have been de-flead, de-wormed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV and had their first shots at our expense.
If you have questions and/or would like to set-up a time to visit and/or adopt this cutie please send me an e-mail with your contact info. There is a tax deductible donation which will go to Forsaken Cats Rescue, a local 501c3 charity.
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