*Kittens Bonded Pair:* Minnie & Sylvester   

In shelter Cat

Cuyahoga Falls, Summit County, Ohio, ...
Domestic Short Hair
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*Kittens Bonded Pair:* Minnie & Sylvester
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 Minnie and Sylvester are a bonded pair of kittens. Minnie was found as an orphan kitten and Sylvester was found by himself in a dumpster. When put together they hit it off right away and are always playing and cuddling together.  Minnie is a almost 3 month tabby. Sylvester is a 3 month old black and white domestic short hair.  These two are very playful kittens and love to explore. Minnie is the more brave one out of the two while Sylvester is more cautious. Both get along with other cats and seems to do fine with dogs after being around them for a little bit of time. They both have been very good at using their little box. Minnie likes hard food and Sylvester will eat dry food but loves his wet food as well. Sylvester does try to escape out of doors leading to the outside so he does have to be watched carefully when it comes to opening and shutting doors. Both kitties do like to cuddle on the couch once they get all their energy out.    The adoption fee for these two are $250  Both kittens are fixed, microchipped, up to date on age appropriate vaccines and have been treated with dewormer.    If you have any questions feel free to email Kayla at kayla.augustine17@gmail.com  To fill out an adoption application please visit https://pawsandprayers.org/adoption-application/


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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