Some food, toys, bed/tunnel, litter boxes, crate. Vet records, both spayed and have recently updated vaccines. Nora is microchipped. Will update with info.
These cats are both very sweet. I’m sure everyone says that. Both will probably take some time to warm up to you as their new person, so they need someone who is patient like I was and will let them decide when they are comfortable. Once they do, they will like to be around/in the same room most of the time. I thought about posting them separately, and Nina would probably be fine with that. But I don’t want Nora to lose her “sister”. Nora loves dogs, she is the one laying with the lab. Nina likes to sit in my lap and can get to pretty much anything. Nora prefers to lay beside me or at a distance and come up for her back rubbed occasionally. They both LOVE play time. I may consider separating. They must go to a home with an experienced animal person but ideally no other cats. They seem to feel secure around my sister’s lab and golden retriever, but those dogs are trained to be calm. They would not do well in a threatening situation. Both were rescues (as young kittens) and have felt safe meeting new animals, but I waited until we had bonded and they trusted me before introducing them. Want them to go to an experienced person especially if separating Nora. Nora would be ok separating from Nina if their is a friendly dog in the home. She loves my family’s dogs, but I wouldn’t trust a home with a dog that hasn’t been around cats. Fee is negotiable if it’s a great fit.
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