Malcolm is about 10 weeks old and a little on the shy side but very sweet. He should have a quiet home with another kitten or cat.
Millie is Malcolm's bolder sister. She is the 'care-taker' of the family. First to eat, first to play, cleans the other kittens, etc. Millie is a beautiful pale calico with thick, plush fur. She would love to be adopted with Malcolm so she can continue to care for him.
Malcolm and Millie would like to be adopted together. You can meet them at the Lafayette Pet Food Express, 3610 Mt. Diablo Blvd, (across from Diablo Foods) on Saturday from 1-3.
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