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Effie and Primrose - BONDED Pair   

In shelter Cat

Kenhorst, PA, 19607
Pet name:
Effie and Primrose - BONDED Pair
Domestic Short Hair
Buff / Tan / Fawn
Coat length:

Effie has some white on her face/under chin. 
Prim is a tad darker in color.

Both girls are about 16 weeks old. They were trapped outside and brought in at 12 weeks old. 

Girls must stay together, would be ideal to go to a home with another friendly/active cat. 
Still a bit nervous with people but getting better.  Effie is much more laid back and  not as fearful as Prim. Both let children in their foster home play with them and hold them. They will start purring right away once on your lap and cuddling. These girls will benefit from having a home where they are handled a lot so they get more used to it. 

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Their adoption donation is $250 for the pair. 

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