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Peanut and Pistachio   

In shelter Cat

Campbell, Modoc County, California, U...
Pet name:
Peanut and Pistachio
Tabby, Tortoiseshell, Mixed
Brown Tabby
Coat length:
Peanut (f) & Pistachio (m) are a perfect, bonded pair! Peanut is a beautiful torti girl with big green eyes and silky smooth fur. She is very outgoing and loves to play with toys. She is fearless.Pistachio is a sweet tabby boy. He is timid at first in new situations but follows his best buddy, Peanut's lead. He is a cuddle bug and loves toys and cuddles.Peanut & Pistachio are fixed, microchipped, and vaccinated. Send in your adoption application today for a chance to meet this pair!They are shown as a courtesy to another rescue. If interested in adopting them, please email Melissa at Cat Crew of SBC at or complete an online adoption application which will be forwarded to her. Thanks!

All of our kitties are spayed/neutered, fully vaccinated, dewormed, deflead and microchipped prior to being delivered to their loving forever home.Most of our kittens are only available for adoption in pairs as it is our policy not to place kittens under six months of age in a forever home where there is currently not another young cat. Also, many of our kittens are in "bonded pairs" or bonded with their littermates. We reserve the right not to separate bonded pairs or place kittens individually. The happiness and quality of life for our kittens is our top priority. =^..^=


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