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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Tortoiseshell
Age
Kitten
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

Meet the marble tabby twins – Chloe and Jasmine. They were born May 22, 2021 in a feral colony in Queens NY. The street life would be harsh for this Gemini pair. They prefer a warm home and a human companion to share their love. The girls have unique marble markings with the perfect touch of amber. They have silk-like fur, the softest coat ever.


The girls love to greet you with their tiny meows when you enter the room. They want to know “how’s your day at work?” and to share with you their daily adventure. They work very hard every day chasing jingle balls, hunting catnip mice, pouncing on plush toys, wrestling each other and playing hide and seek. After a long day of play you will find them curled up in a kitten pile. They will absolutely warm your heart and make you smile.


Chloe is slightly smaller than her sister. She is very curious and adventurous. She loves to supervise when you are cleaning. Making sure you don't miss a spot and may secretly judge you. She is very energetic and playful. She has the tendency to pick up toys and hide them in a box. Chloe has a black mark on her nose which gives her a silly expression. When she wants your attention, she will give you a gentle tap and wait for you to look at her. You can cradle her like a baby and she will just purr away.

Jasmine is the first to show up at the food bowl during meal times. She will always clean up her plate. She is extremely food motivated and can be trained to do tricks. For now the only trick she knows is how to make her food disappear. Jasmine loves to be pet and will plop over purring with joy when you stroke her. When you stop petting her she will look up at you and wonder "why'd you stop?" This sweet girl is also a lap cap! Jasmin will curl up on your lap and make biscuits.

Sadly the twins are tested positive for FELV. They are currently healthy and can live a good life with proper care. They should not be around other cats. Despite having FELV, the girls are still extremely affectionate. Chloe and Jasmine are very bonded. They are always cuddling with each other. It would be sad to separate them. They are looking for their forever home and have so much love to offer.

I want to share with you some videos of the twins:
Hi Jasmine, Hi Chloe: https://youtu.be/rqt1HDO5wGY
Jasmine in a box: https://youtu.be/_RQP92vV4Cs
(more pics and videos to come)

For more info about Chloe and Jasmine please contact Wendy at: wtam22@gmail.com
Meet the marble tabby twins – Chloe and Jasmine. They were born May 22, 2021 in a feral colony in Queens NY. The street life would be harsh for this Gemini pair. They prefer a warm home and a human companion to share their love. The girls have unique marble markings with the perfect touch of amber. They have silk-like fur, the softest coat ever.


The girls love to greet you with their tiny meows when you enter the room. They want to know “how’s your day at work?” and to share with you their daily adventure. They work very hard every day chasing jingle balls, hunting catnip mice, pouncing on plush toys, wrestling each other and playing hide and seek. After a long day of play you will find them curled up in a kitten pile. They will absolutely warm your heart and make you smile.


Chloe is slightly smaller than her sister. She is very curious and adventurous. She loves to supervise when you are cleaning. Making sure you don't miss a spot and may secretly judge you. She is very energetic and playful. She has the tendency to pick up toys and hide them in a box. Chloe has a black mark on her nose which gives her a silly expression. When she wants your attention, she will give you a gentle tap and wait for you to look at her. You can cradle her like a baby and she will just purr away.

Jasmine is the first to show up at the food bowl during meal times. She will always clean up her plate. She is extremely food motivated and can be trained to do tricks. For now the only trick she knows is how to make her food disappear. Jasmine loves to be pet and will plop over purring with joy when you stroke her. When you stop petting her she will look up at you and wonder "why'd you stop?" This sweet girl is also a lap cap! Jasmin will curl up on your lap and make biscuits.

Sadly the twins are tested positive for FELV. They are currently healthy and can live a good life with proper care. They should not be around other cats. Despite having FELV, the girls are still extremely affectionate. Chloe and Jasmine are very bonded. They are always cuddling with each other. It would be sad to separate them. They are looking for their forever home and have so much love to offer.

I want to share with you some videos of the twins:
Hi Jasmine, Hi Chloe: https://youtu.be/rqt1HDO5wGY
Jasmine in a box: https://youtu.be/_RQP92vV4Cs
(more pics and videos to come)

For more info about Chloe and Jasmine please contact Wendy at: wtam22@gmail.com
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Why adoption is a great option

Chloe + Jasmine, a West Orange Domestic Shorthair cat was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Domestic Shorthair for sale in West Orange, or seeking a Domestic Shorthair cat from a breeder in West Orange.

  1. Rescues and shelter volunteers in West Orange already know the personality and tendencies of their pets. This means they can match you with the right pet. That will makes it much easier transition to owning a pet for yourself and your new pet.
  2. On average adoption fees are much less than you'd pay a West Orange breeder, or pet store. Plus most often rescue pets have already been to the veterinarian for a check-up, had a round of vaccinations, and are spayed or neutered. That is a lot of savings!
  3. You will become a hero, and give a needy dog or cat a loving home. In fact, there are even Domestic Shorthair breeders who help with Domestic Shorthair rescue. One puppy or kitten adopted in West Orange paves the way for another one to be saved.