These 2 sisters have been together since birth, and are strongly bonded. Our family recently welcomed a new child into our home and one of the cats, Puma, has become mean towards young children. We have not seen this with any kids ~8 and older, just toddler and early elementary. I would recommend them for homes with with age 10 only due to this.
With older kids and adults, these 2 cats both love to be pet, and would gladly curly up on your lap in a blanket for snuggles. Although the behavior mentioned above is only with one cat, we would prefer they stay together due to their strong bond.
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