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Blossom and April   

In shelter Cat

Avondale, PA, 19311
Pet name:
Blossom and April
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Blossom (dilute calico) and April (dark calico) from our Spring Litter are looking for their furever home together. These girls came to us with their 4 siblings at around 6 weeks of age. Unfortunately they had never been handled or socialized so were, understandably, very scared. They have come so far! They are now 16 weeks old and are doing great in their foster home and Blossom even sleeps on our laps. They both now enjoy pets, snuggle in when picked up, and purr all the time. 
These girls are still afraid of strangers so when they meet new people they hide and you cant see their true personalities. What they need is an adult home... theyd be afraid of kids... and people who are ok with giving them time to warm up and get to know them. They are not going to run to you and snuggle on day one. But if you are ok with letting them get to that point with a little time they will be running right to you!
Blossom and April are fully vetted, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, spayed, perfect with using their litter box, and the sweetest tiny girls. Their 4 siblings have found homes... now its their turn!
Please apply at


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