Our rescue story: pregnant mom was found on our back porch looking for food with her 2 adult kittens. Mom gave birth in a neighbors yard and then went missing. The kittens were brought inside and bottle fed until mom returned and and became an awesome mom.
About us: Sometimes we're playful and love to wrestle with each other, other times we love to cuddle and even want to be major lap sitters!
Boots : black and white short hair
Charlie: tabby w/ med long hair (the baby)
Please note we're a bonded pair.
Contact Person: Gemma, 925.708.8395, firstname.lastname@example.org
Foster: Beverly & Ken B.
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