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Wren & Sparrow   

In shelter Cat

Templeton, Worcester County, Massachu...
Pet name:
Wren & Sparrow
Domestic Short Hair
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Meet Kittens Sparrow and Wren!
Sparrow is such a sweetie. He’s still unsure about getting attention, so he may pull away from you at first-but two seconds later he comes right back, or flops on the floor, showing his belly. He LOVES any type of mouse toy, and anything fuzzy. Sparrow is similar in not only looks to his sister Wren, but their temperament is the same. If I give him a belly rub and he grabs onto me with his paws, he doesn’t use his claws. He’s so gentle.
Wren is super sweet, and shy. She’s pretty much an angel in disguise. She absolutely adores the furry donut bed in her foster home, and can often be found making biscuits on it. Wren was the last kitten of this litter to come out of her shell. She used to hide in any space she could find. Now, she runs to greet me. She may also shy away at first (like Sparrow), but she’ll be back! She also likes to flop on the floor for belly pets. She’ll start purring when she sees you.
These babies came to their foster home VERY scared. They would hiss, growl, and cower in any hiding space they could find. Their foster mom couldn’t even touch them at first, without them curling up into themselves, or trying to get away. After two months of socialization, they’ve made enormous progress! Their new families have to be very patient with them. Starting them off in a quiet, separate room in your home for several days is best. They need a long adjustment period. Food is definitely the way to their hearts! These kittens would do amazing with another friendly cat, as they are obsessed with their foster mom’s cats. With patience, love, and lots of toys and treats, these kittens may just become lap cats!
Wren and Sparrow would do best together, as Wren is the shyest, and they are always cuddling.
If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application online at . Meet and greets are with an approved application by appointment only. We receive many applications daily and it can take up to 2 weeks to process- the available status of animals change daily- its best to get your application in!
As always, cats that are ready to be adopted are spayed/neutered, have age appropriate shots, are micro-chipped, dewormed/deflead, and FEL/FIV tested.