Meet the Planets: Jupiter and Pluto: 2 year old boys rescued from homelessness in Richmond where they were found with a runny nose. Some nice people were feeding them but they needed more help. All are short-haired. They get along great with each other and other kittens/cats. They enjoy company and being petted, but some of them are a little shy and need some more TLC. All are very sweet. They love to snuggle together to sleep, and they love to wrestle and play but are generally calm kitties.
Pluto is all black and he likes to climb under the covers at night. He likes to be petted and is affectionate once he trusts and feels safe. He needs extra time and patience to trust, but he likes to play and eat treats.
Jupiter is the biggest of the bunch. Black and white with a tiny white mustache. He's the shyest but he likes to snuggle and get petted at bedtime. Tell him a story and he's all yours. He needs some more TLC to really come out of his shell, but he's a sweetheart. He likes to snuggle against other cats and hide under the covers. He is very vocal once he wants a treat or attention.
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