Nina (white face) and Nelly (calico face) are bonded sisters, 2 1/2 year old Maine Coon and domestic long hair mixes.
They would be best in a home with older children and/or adults. They are currently in a foster home with other kitties but are more comfortable being the only kitties. Both kitties are litter trained, spayed, and micro chipped and updated on their rabies vaccines. They would both prefer to live in a quiet home, as they can be shy at first, especially Nelly. But once they get to know you (and it doesn't take them long) they want to follow you everywhere! Their eyes and whole world light up when you come into the room. Nina will talk to you in her loud and adorable voice, and keep answering you as you chat away with her, and Nelly will almost whisper her joy to see you in her mouse like meow. They love to be pet and rub on you, which you'll love doing because they are so incredibly soft and have the most beautiful coat. They want to be in any room you're in, and cuddle with you in bed while being pet and rubbing their heads and bodies on you. They also have come to love being spoiled with kitty treats and this brings on a choir of meows and extra affection from them. They are very closely bonded and you'll always find them together, playing or sleeping together. If one of them is being pet or meowing the other comes running to join in. If you're looking for kitties that love your attention, want to bond with you, and love affection, then look no further, these girls are waiting for you! These beautiful girls are looking for their furrrever home and can't wait for you to take them home!
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