Although at the beginning a bit scared, this bundle of fun kitties got quickly accustomed to the safe and warm environment and the loving embraces of their foster Mom. They are as adventurous and funny as kitties can be, running around after anything that moves, exploring, and taking over their foster home without hesitation.
Both have a personality that quickly began to shine after intake. At the beginning a little bit on the cautious side, they now loved being held in your arms and petted on their super soft fur, giggles during play sessions and are just a joy to watch in their happiness at being rescued. They purr at the sight of her foster mom and love getting attention. Their preferred spot is being held on their back and getting belly tickles, purring tremendously to let you know how happy They are Their favorite toys are little fuzzy mouses and jingle bells , which they loves to toss about, hide in her litter box and then “discover”! They are purring loudly when being fed and petted and nothing can stop them to climb up on top of their crate, and scampering around showing how confident they are!
As siblings, they love to snuggle and cuddle with each other and are therefore BONDED, can't live without each other and need to be ADOPTED TOGETHER!
They are going to be neutered soon, tested already negative for FIV/FELV, are dewormed and deflead, vaccinated and otherwise fully vetted.!
COME and meet THE BLUE BROTHERS- a SUPER CUTE PAIR of Kitty Love !
And please visit also our website to meet all our adorable kitties waiting for a furever home: http://www.adoptapet.com/adoption_rescue/84295.html#featured
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