We are Wynken, Blynken, and Nod, and somehow, we have lost our wooden shoe and ended up here at the Feline Rescue adoption center! Each of us is white with black in different places, so most everyone confuses us, but we don't mind, because we are all pretty girls with pretty much the same personality. I, Nod, have spots on my sides and I hate change! I admit it makes me grumpy: I usually take a few days to get over the growling and hissing! Then I become almost as sweet as my sisters. While they love to hug and snuggle, I am just a little more distant: I don't come running to greet you. You can give me some petting when you've finished snuggling my sisters. My sister Blynken is the glue that holds us together. She likes to groom us and body rub us, and of course, we do the same to her. Blynken and Wynken will race to greet you. They love to be hugged and snuggled! Blynken has a small black mark near her right eye: Wynken has neither black spots on her side nor near her eyes. We girls like to hang out together, near each other, rather than atop each other. Where there's one of us, you're likely to see double or triple! And although we keep each other company, play with each other, and take care of each other, we expect to keep you company, play with you, and take care of you too! We heard the organization has difficulty placing triples, and usually splits one off and adopts out the other two as a pair. Here we thought we were saved, and that just meant from death! We've been told Blynken would definitely remain in the pair, which means that someone would adopt Wynken or me alone. We're all so scared this could happen! We really are a threesome! Please! Our family will bring so much joy to your family!
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