Hi Im Lisa Lovely. I am very playful and friendly. I am a social with people and other kitties and just a fun kitten. I love to purr and softly meow to tell you how much I like you. I WOULD LOVE to be able to be adopted with one of my sister Becky Boo. We are very bonded. We were rescued from a very unsafe area where we werent cared for very well. We rely on each other for companionship & entertainment.
I am fixed, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, flea treated and tested negative for FIV and FeLV.
Here are some reasons why that is the best for me, aside from the fact that you are saving another life !! Please consider me and/or another of my siblings to apart of your home & family. I’d love to find a forever home with you.
. • Learn by Observation - Kittens learn by observation and will more quickly pick up skills like using the litter box or grooming if they have another kitten or cat to teach them
. • Entertain & Enrich - When your kitten has a buddy, they’ll always be entertained, active, and enriched. And a happy cat makes a happy home!
• Keep Out of Trouble - One mischievous kitten can be destructive if left alone, but two kittens tend to keep each other occupied and out of trouble.
• Easier Intro to Adult Cat - If you have an adult cat at home, two new kittens may be easier to introduce into your family than one. While one kitten may nag an older cat, two kittens will keep each other company while the older cat watches from a distance.
• Comfort in Friendship - Having a pal will help your kitten settle into a new home. Just like humans, kittens have an easier time feeling comfortable trying something new if they’ve got a friend to do it with them. They will even groom each other & care for each other.
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