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Moon Pi and Kamikaze   

In shelter Cat

Snow Camp, NC, 27349
Pet name:
Moon Pi and Kamikaze
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
We are Moon Pi & Kamikaze. We are from Okinawa, Japan. If you are in search of a pair of loving, gentle 6-year-old lap cats, look no further. I am Moon Pi and I am a 20 pound ball of fur fluff and love. I enjoy having cat nip and galloping through the house. Even though I am a huge cat, its kind of funny because you think I would have a loud, deep voice, nope, a tiny squeak voice. When it is nap time for me or sleepy time with my caretaker, I like to nestle in her arms, and sleep by her side. 

Hey, I am the other black kitty, Kamikaze. My name means divine wind. I weigh around 9 to 10 pound range. I enjoy playing too and chasing Moon Pi around. It’s funny to see his fat butt running. I like face time with my caretaker and have conversations with my unique trills and other purring noises. I also need to cuddle up to my caretakers for snuggle. We both are neutered, vaccinations are current and micro-chipped, no health issues or bad habits. We want to be a large part of your day-to-day life. We are up for adoption because our Mom and Dad are getting a divorce and had to move. They could no longer keep us. So, give Moon Pi and I a try, what do you have to lose? You will gain black fur around your house and two huge personality guys. Please request an adoption application, or text only, please include your email address to one of the adoption coordinators, Bev @ 262-894-5975 or Carrie @ 801.550.9231. Snow Camp offers a 2-week trial adoption for us.  Snow Camp will take us back if we are not a good fit or not the kitties you were hoping for. Thanks for viewing our profile! Dont forget to inquire by text or emails to adopt US!


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