**COURTESY POST** Please contact Sandy at email@example.com if interested in adopting.
We have 4 cats that have paired up and want to become part of a patient, loving forever family, who will help to grow and nurture them. They are precious young cats (about 1 year old) who require a bit more TLC than the usual cat who craves one’s every attention. These adorable critters are very sweet and require time and patience while transitioning to a new family setting. This furry family was rescued after being abandoned and are being fostered in a quiet home. They are not familiar with loud noises, dogs or children, therefore that would not be a good fit. In time, we believe these sensitive kitties will adapt to their new homes, provided the adopters provide a safe and loving environment.
As for the pairing they come in special packs! Toby Jr. with Tizzy and Scarlett with her mama Sophia. Once they settle in and become comfortable, they are playful and fun to watch. Sophia loves to play and be petted, while her cutesy counterpart Scarlett, also loves to play, she is less fond of being held. Scarlet may be a little apprehensive at first but with encouragement from her mama she will follow suit.
As with introducing any new pet into a home, peace and harmony is a must. If you are a loving cat person, looking to add a little joy back into your life with a pair of kitties, please consider these sweet siblings. They are permanently paired plus they have all been tested vaccinated and spayed/neutered. Since this is a courtesy post please contact Sandy at 614-535-7084 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Adoption fee for the pair is $120.
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