In the game of life, luck changes at the roll of the dice. I was rescued from an outdoor colony in a lumber yard. My coplayer Parcheesi is not related but we're as close as sisters can be and we want to stay together. We don't just race around a game board, but we play by our own rules, Toy mice, da bird, the laser light all delight us but the trac-ball is our hands down favorite.We are young ladies full of play but settled enough to enjoy a morning snooze in the sunbeams and cuddle together.
We need a quiet home with someone patient and devoted to helping us settle in. Once comfortable we will sleep on your bed. I am the braver of the two and you can pet me when we are dining. Shake a bag of treats and we'll shake off our shyness and come running. We've come a long way with our foster mom and are ready for a forever home.We promise not to monopolize all your time. It should be a smooth operation that won't boggle your mind. We can all have a happy life and you will not be sorry!
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