Frank and Ernest are bonded boys that came to FFF as younger kittens and have spent their days getting comfortable in foster care. Sometimes the transition from the great outdoors into the indoor life can take a bit more time, but Ernest and Frank have discussed it and they’re ready to find their forever home! Ernest is the outgoing brother in the pair, which is unsurprising since he’s a Siamese! He thinks his foster momma is his real mom and loves cuddling with her after a long day of playing with Frank. Frank is definitely shy and can be timid in new situations. It will take him time to become the #futurehousepanther we know he can be in his new environment, but having Ernest with him will definitely help! Frank looks to Ernest for comfort and confidence, and the bond between them is strong. They’re also quite the entertainers and keep their foster parents laughing at their playful antics. Frank and Ernest must be adopted together, but as we always say, two felines are always better than one!
Frank and Ernest are currently in foster care with visits to the adoption fairs at WestTown Petsmart, 214 Morrell Rd, Knoxville on Saturdays 10 - 4 or Sundays 11 - 4. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 865-919-CATS (2287) for more information. Our adoption application can be found on the home page of our website www.feralfelinefriends.org.
All of our adoptable cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, tested negative for FIV & FeLV, dewormed, flea treated and microchipped.
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