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Molly and Oona   

In shelter Cat

Philadelphia, Houston County, Alabama...
Pet name:
Molly and Oona
Breeds:
American Shorthair
Date:
07/12/2021
Age:
Baby
Description:
 
Meet Oona and Molly


 


These two siblings are looking for a forever family to give them all the love and cuddles they deserve. 



These two love spend their day cuddling, playing and handing out by the window watching the birds.



Molly is a girl and the cuddle one. 



Oona is a boy and loves to explore, he enjoys cuddles but molly loves it more. 



Oona had an eye infection which caused him to get his eye removed but that doesn’t bother him at all, he still plays and has fun with his sister. 



Molly and Oona are a bonded pair and need to get adopted together. 


 


Please email foster parent at Vanessa.drc@gmail.com for more information on them. 


 

 


Name: Molly and Oona



A number 49713 and 49712



Reason at PAWS: found stray



Age:  2 months
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