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Juno & Maggie   

In shelter Cat

Campbell, CA, 95008
Pet name:
Juno & Maggie
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Juno and Maggie are a bonded pair of sisters born on 5/15/22. They are adorable and playful kittens who have spent the past three months living with a family of five which includes a rambunctious golden doodle, Oscar. They are good with our dog and children.

Maggie (more black with white tip nose) is the more adventurous kitty who will seek out cuddles and play with the dogs tail.

Juno (more white) is sweet and a bit shy. But once she’s feeling comfortable she will give great cuddles and purrs.

They are both wonderful kitties who love to play with each other (and with people) and will also be found lounging together during nap time. They both have beautifully soft fur.

Juno and Maggie cant wait to find their furrever home together. 

email to request a pre-adopt application.

*We will give priority to adopter that will adopt a pair of siblings!

**Due to the high volumes of inquiries received and the very small volunteer staff we have, you may not receive a response if your application does not meet our adoption criteria. We appreciate and thank you for your understanding.

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