Hope is special needs in that she has two things going on. One is a slightly protracted rectum that will be corrected via our wonderful vet, along with her other vetting such as spaying, shots, de-worming, microchipping and so on. She is a very sweet little 3-legged darling and as such only has part of one of her rear legs. This however, does not stop her from flying around.
Her brother is named Chee, after Cheetah because of the pronounced stripes on his back, being a tiger tabby that he is. He is the curious one that loves to check things out, explore everything and watch her sister getting loving and attention. He is thinking it looks like a really cool things so is wanting love and affection too.
Of course, these two are still kittens so more of their personality will be developed over the next six months or more. Being kittens, they are already being nicely socialized have the flexibility to adapt to new environments and pets/people, then so older cats. So their personalities can be continued to be shaped by things like lots of love and petting and lots of playtime.
We want to keep these two kittens together but due to their young age, for the right reason and under certain circumstances, will be willing to talk about them going to their own furver homes, but would want the homes to already have a cat in them. An ideal situation if they are to be separated is for each to be adopted into a home with other kitten(s) or a cat the needs a companion and would have the personality to adapt to, and love, having a companion sibling.
These kittens are a little late in being vetted but it will all be done fairly quickly once seen for the first time on September 21. We are also willing to consider releasing them during the vetting period but only to very responsible adopter and with a spay/neuter deposit. All regular adoption incentives and rewards apply and both are just $50.00. We cannot ask just 25.00 as we like to try doing since all the vetting is still outstanding and costs us quite a bit.
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