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Henley *kitten*   

In shelter Cat

Culpeper, VA, 22701
Pet name:
Henley *kitten*
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Meet Henley & Harper! (Henley is the torti in foreground and Harper is the torti in the back.) These little girls are 2 bonded sisters that need to be adopted together. They were abandoned/dumped (with unopened cans of cat food!), with their brother, Court Gentry in a Good Samaritans backyard.As of 9/19/20, they are approximately 6 weeks old, so we are taking application for preadoption only currently.

Henley is outgoing and affectionate. Shes the first one to greet you when you walk into the room and will jump into your lap for snuggling. Shed rather snuggle than play. Harper may be a little shy at first, but once she gets to know you, she too will beg for affection. Theyre both talkative and are sometimes demanding when it comes to attention they want. These cuties like to climb people! If you are not paying enough attention to them, they will climb up your leg or onto your shoulder so they can talk in your ear. They currently talk all the time! 

Their ideal person/family will love these two because they are fiercely bonded to their human and willing to give them lots of love.They would be great as the only kittens/cats in the home, or they would get along great with others. They havent been introduced to dogs or kids yet.

Both kittens are/will be dewormed, spayed, have received 2 FVRCP vaccines, a rabies vaccine (if 4 mos. old at time of adoption). tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia, and are microchipped with a lifetime registration. No need to re-register and pay $20+ every year, it is done for life! Interested in knowing more about these cuties? Let us know!


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