They were part of a group of five kittens that spent their early weeks outdoors. Three were adopted already. These two are the shyest, requiring more time to accept humans. They are much more social now, and love to be patted, purring loudly. They still don’t care to be picked up and handled much, maintaining that independent streak. They are stubborn little cats: they won’t do what you ask (“go home”), but may do so later, on their own terms.
These two girls would like a quiet home with patient humans, and a safe room with hidey-holes for a while, so they can get used to their new surroundings. Lots of interaction with their new family to complete the socialization process. Nice dishes of food are also a good motivator.
If you think you could win the trust of these two lovely kitties, come on over and meet them. They are waiting to meet you!
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