Vanilla is a Tortie-Point siamese who will darken as she gets older. Skye is a dark dilute calico with beautiful swirled markings. These two sisters are completely bonded and we are adopting them as a pair together. Our adoption donation is a 2-for-1, so the donation applies to the pair.
They will be a Foster-To-Adopt Contract until they have had their surgery and full vaccinations on board. They are on their first vaccines and they will be spayed when they are a little bit older. We would love to find him a home ASAP so they can bond with you today!
* Date of Birth: Late November 2016 (approx)
* Color/Breed: Tortie-Point Siamese w/Blue Eyes and Dark Dilute Calico w/Green Eyes
* Litterbox Trained
* FELV/FIV Negative
Please contact Vanilla & Skye's foster with any and all questions. Then, please go here to fill out our Adoption Application:
If You See "Adoption Pending", please don't be discouraged! Things happen, adoptions fall through, people change their minds and we'd love to have you as a back-up in case this happens! Please fill out an application and let us know you want to be on our waitlist!
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