Meet Shirley…one half of the sister duo Laverne & Shirley!
We're back! We've been through a lot! We lost our home, but found a great foster mom to take us in. We were under-socialized, but after awhile we learned about hugs and kisses, kitty games, and most importantly, how to have fun! We were sick with a bad mouth infection, but our foster mom, and her wonderful friends, got us the medical care we needed to get well. So, here we are, ready for our last adventure called, 'the search for a forever home'. Do you think you might have room in your heart for two calico sisters who love each other very much and want to stay together? Our adoption fee is only $25 for both of us.
A little about us:
We were born sometime 8/2010. Spayed, up to date on vaccinations, negative for FELV/FIV, and micro-chipped. We LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to be inside where it's comfy and safe. Laverne is very talkative, comical, curious, and occasionally races up and down the stairs just for kicks and giggles! Shirley is more reserved than her sister, quieter but also curious, and is known to sing sad meow songs. We both crave attention, pets, being spoken to in a pretty voice, soft beds, sunny windows, bird watching and laser light toys. Oh, almost forgot... we like yummy can cat food and small sized dry cat food (like Science Diet Original) because the bad mouth infection we had hurt all our teeth, which had to be removed. Yep, that's right, we're toothless, but you really can't tell and we feel so much better without our boo-boo teeth.
In addition to being sisters, we are also best friends and need to find a home together. You know what they say- two cats are always better than one!
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