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Mulder & Scully (Bonded Pair)   

In shelter Cat

Lemont, IL, 60439
Pet name:
Mulder & Scully (Bonded Pair)
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Hello, we are Mulder and Scully!

We love to play and be pet. And if you are busy, we understand and go to our den and will not disturb you. Our foster mom says we are the best kittens she has ever seen. We are litter box trained. We behave well with everyone. When our foster mom comes home, we love to come near the door and greet her. We would love to come with you to your home and be your roommates. Will you please adopt us together as we love being with each other?

Mulder - I was a skittish kitten when I was rescued. When I hear Scully purring to a human, I know I can trust you too. My foster mom tells me I have super soft fur and Im a well behaved kitten. I love treats and I come to you when you call my name. I love playing with strings. My favorite thing to do is to sit near the window and feel a cool breeze.

Scully - My foster mom says Im magical. I run fast and love catching my toys. Im full of that kitten energy! I purr every time I feel comfortable with you. I also love watching birds from my window.

WEIGHT: 4 lbs
ADOPTION FEE: $300 for both (includes spay/neuter, microchip, rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine, SNAP test, and general wellness which includes dewormer and flea/tick prevention)

Interested? Submit an adoption application at


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