Dixie & Dottie are a lovely pair of bonded girls. They are not sisters but come from the same original home; they were surrendered when they owner got a bit overwhelmed with a few too many cats who started to have some litters! D&D did a lovely job co-parenting with all their babies adopted. Now its time for them to find their forever home!
Dottie is a female brown tabby with a white locket on her chest. She is a very sweet and friendly girl. She loves scratches on her head and at the base of her tail. In her foster home, she would hang out with her foster mom and sometimes jumps on the desk for pets. At night, she slept on her bed, snuggled up against her shins. She doesnt mind being picked up and petted as well. She seeks out attention and cuddles from her human companions.
Both girls are playful and love interactive wand play with their humans. Dottie is a curious girl. They would love a tall cat tree in their forever home, as they like to climb, perch and curl up for a nap.
They are not fond of other cats, and having them around in the adoption centre can be stressful for them. They would be best being the only cats in their forever home.
The girls have very good appetites so their caloric intake needs to be monitored to make sure they stay at a healthy weight.
Dottie is 2.5 years old.
Would you like to make Dixie & Dottie part of your family? You can start the virtual adoption process by filling in our online application found at: avacats.org/adopt/adoption-form.
Our adoption fees cover vetting and include spay/neuter, vaccines (initial FVRCP and rabies), flea treatment, two dewormings and microchipping.
Adoption fees are $200 for each adult cat 1 year or older. Please note that fees may apply for additional required vaccinations due prior to adoption. Total adoption fees will be confirmed by the AVA Adoption Coordinator.
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