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Marvel Litter Shuri (Bonded w/Valkyrie)   

In shelter Cat

San Jose, CA, 95120
Pet name:
Marvel Litter Shuri (Bonded w/Valkyrie)
Domestic Short Hair
Shuri is a beautiful and sweet black kitten born on 7/5/22 and Valkyrie, a gorgeous long-haired diluted tortie, born on 7/9/22 and rescued as a lone kitten, were joined as sisters and their love for each other is even more than any blood sisters could have shared with one another. This loving duo would love to find a loving family to share forever lap time and snuggles!

Shuri would run to her foster humans for lap time and snuggles then quickly returns to Valkyrie and their siblings, Mystique and Loki, for new playtime adventures. This sweet girl loves her foster humans and cries to be nuzzled whenever they are around!

Valkyrie is not only adorable, shes a loving and playful girl who thrives on playtime with Shuri and their siblings, Mystique and Loki. She also thrives on cuddling time with Shuri and their foster humans.

Running through the kitty tunnel, playing with spinning balls, or trying to capture moving toys, life is never dull for fun-loving Valkyrie and Shuri! This loving duo cant wait to be cuddly companions to a special someone/family!

*FALL in Love Adoption Promo: $175 (regularly $275) for a pair thru 10/16/22


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