Birth date: 10/2020
Needs feline companion: YesDescription:
DAPHNE and ISABELLA are cute tabby sisters who are full of energy. They are friendly and loving and will brighten up your day. They are a bonded pair and must be adopted together.
ISABELLA (aka Izzy) (lighter coloring) loves to explore and check things out. She is more outgoing than her sister. She's a bit of a 'busybody' – checking you out and getting into everything around her! Izzy is a very curious girl.
DAPHNE (darker stripes) is a little more reserved than her sister, but also friendly and loving once she is comfortable. It has taken her a little more time to get use to her foster home and foster family. Daphne hangs back a little bit but once she has settled in she rubs against your legs, jumps in your lap, and demands petting. She doesn't hold back though when it comes to toys – she attacks them with gusto!
Both girls love to play. They love to chase each other throughout the house and when in their 'cat room' at night, they can be heard thumping around playing. When its nap time, both girls like to curl up with the first member of their foster family they can find. At night, the teenage boy in the home often sleeps in their room and reports that he 'can't get up' in the morning because Daphne is camped out on his chest and won't let him move. Not that it takes much to keep a teenage boy in bed in the morning! They need to be able to sleep in the bedroom at night with their forever family.
As curious kittens, the girls need a home that is kitten-proofed. They are still learning not to jump on kitchen counters and tables with food. Given the chance, Isabella will jump on the table and steal human food. Daphne is fascinated with jewelry and likes to play with necklaces around your neck. The girls need a quieter home with adults only or a home with an older child who is gentle with cats would be just fine. No dogs or young children, or babies or toddlers down the road. They need plenty of love and playtime in their forever home, along with positive reinforcement to learn appropriate kitten behaviors.
These girls came into our care from a rural shelter in Virginia.
OK with dogs:
OK with kids:
Needs a foster:
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