Some food for the first time,temporary litter box, some litter, toys, vet's papers.
Hatchie and Sheps are bonded sister and brother, both tabby/white. They have been checked by vet and got their first shots and microchips. They tested negative for felv and fiv. They currently stay with their mother, are healthy, playful, and litter box trained.Hatchie, the girl, is smaller size, she is very outgoing and likes to cuddle. Sheps, the boy, is somewhat shy, but will warm up to you if you are patient.
Adopting a bonded pair makes a lot of sense. They are guaranteed to love each other, unlike unrelated cats that could become best friends,or worst enemies, or anything in between. They will engage each other and not constantly crave for your attention. You can leave them alone for a few days, and they won't be stressed.
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