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Cubby & Sparkle   

In shelter Cat

Monroe, NC, 28112
Pet name:
Cubby & Sparkle
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
****COURTESY LISTING. THESE ARE NOT HSUC CATS****Meet Cubby and Sparkle. Cubby and Sparkle were born April 2022, to a stray mom cat. They found a small group of well cared for Community Cats where they were fed and had shelter. The Community Cats’ carer took them in for foster care. The mom kitty has now been adopted into a loving home and Cubby and Sparkle are ready for their forever home. They are both extremely sweet, playful kittens that also love to cuddle with each other and their foster people. They have been spayed, fully vaccinated and dewormed, and are negative for FELV and FIV. They have been fostered around other adult cats and are well adjusted. They are litter trained. Their foster parents don’t have children or dogs, so they haven’t been around either. They have travelled well for their Vet appointments. Cubby and Sparkle have always been together and will need to go as a pair. Contact Beth 704-517-9755

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