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Code: BFT2022

Snacks and Truffle (BONDED PAIR)   

In shelter Cat

Gladstone, OR, 97027
Pet name:
Snacks and Truffle (BONDED PAIR)
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Snacks and Truffle (BONDED PAIR)
CMCR #2065and CMCR #2064
Female and Male siblings

Snacks and Truffle are both DMH Tabbies.

Available NOW

Snacks and Truffle are 5 month old long-haired tabby siblings. They are both still pretty shy, but you can get them purring and cuddling, (once you catch them). 

They should be the only cats in a space for a while so they can properly bond with their new family. These sweet kittens will need  kindness and patience as they grow to love and trust their new people. Snacks is more timid than her brother and both will hide when people are moving around, BUT they are really growing and changing and becoming more comfortable with their foster family.   

These kittens have great litter box manners and are comfortable around friendly dogs and cats.

Their ideal home will be calm, quiet and predictable, and have lots of windows for bird watching.  

 Apply to find out more from their foster mom.

If interested, please fill out an application. Go to and youโ€™ll find an application on the adoption tab. We will review your application and may have additional questions or need more information.


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