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In shelter Cat

Wimauma, FL, 33598
Pet name:
Cream / Ivory
Coat length:
Both girls are Mackerel Tabbies, however, Princess is mostly orange with stripes, while Georgia has a lot of white with brown and black stripes.

These bonded sisters from the same litter were rescued and bottle fed from the time of just a couple of days old.  As kittens do, these little tikes love to play, chase each other, eat together, and sleep together!  Both girls are incredibly gentle and loving, keep each other entertained, and definitely run to you every single time you walk up to them!  As soon as they greet you, they are purring like crazy!  They will sleep at your head or sides, and LOVE TO HAVE AFFECTION!  Georgia is a mellow, laid back kittie who loves to do her figure 8 on your legs, talk to you, and flops on the floor in front of your feet waiting for belly rubs when you go to the bathroom!  She also LOVES all kinds of beds, especially if they are soft and plush!  Kisses?  NO PROBLEM!  She enjoys getting kisses and doesnt mind being held or carried through the house!  Princess will come to you for love on her terms and has started to use her voice when she wants to get your attention!

It is ideal for them to be adopted together, however, if you already have another kitten or YOUNG adult for either to bond with, that would be acceptable too!

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