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In shelter Cat

Templeton, MA, 01468
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Kittens!! Pearl and Storm are 3 months old girls. They were found outside and now safe and ready for their forever home together.
Pearl ( gray fluff ball) can be a little scared of new people with a hiss but warms up with a gentle approach and welcomes pats. Yhe more you give her love the more she will show you love.
Storm (tabby) is sweet. She likes to snuggle up with Pearl. Like her sister she can be a little shy at first but will quickly warm up to you.
We would say older children and other cats for them would be fine. Once they have some time and constant love in their forever home they will thrive even more!!
If you are interested in adopting, applications can be found on our website Meet and greets are with an approved application by appointment only.
As always, cats that are read to be adopted are spayed/neutered, have age appropriate shots, are micro-chipped, dewormed/deflead, and FEL/FIV tested.

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