Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Two, Please.

We've had tons of folks inquire about adopting the girls.  Unfortunately, everyone that's contacted us so far has been in the market for just a single kitten, and I really want to send these two off as a set.

So, friends, if you know of any good, good people in the Seattle/ Tacoma area who are worthy of the copious amounts of love that these dear kittens give, do send them our way!  

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25 comments:

  1. Wow...are they ready already? It seems like they just came home!

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    1. No, they still have some growing to do. We just like to get homes lined up before our kittens are ready to go.

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  2. i love my cats, they are amazing and really learned to like each other. but what i didnt know, and what no one looking for their first cat understands, is that a pair of kittens is easier than one. when we got our second kitten, it was so much easier and more fun. so if i have any advice to give to anyone looking for their first kitten, consider a bonded pair of any age. they are a join and yes oftentimes easier than just one.

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  3. How could anyone NOT want both?!

    Two really are easier to raise than one. They entertain each other and destruction is minimized. And these two are so flippin' adorable together. Endless cute. If I were 1) local and 2) in the market, I'd snatch them up in a heartbeat!

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    1. Many folks already have a cat and are just looking for a mate.

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    2. But what's wrong with three cats? :-) I asked both Betsey and M. They said no. Darn.

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    3. With three cats there's the risk of one feeling neglected or ganged up upon. It's happened me and it's happened to my parents. The same cat who felt left out (she's needy) also bullied the new cat so bad the new cat needed a new home. It worked out great for everyone so I'm not too sad.

      My parents adopted a pair of kittens after one of their cats died. His sister was still around for a few more years. Not only did she miss her brother, the new comers kept annoying her.

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  4. THANK YOU for keeping these girls together! I wish I was in your area 'cause I would take them in a heartbeat!

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  5. Oh I'm so glad these two gals will stay together! Yay Effie & Hazel! <3

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  6. Happen to be listening to the song More Love by the Dixie Chicks while reading this. That's what my favorite part of pairs, more love!!!

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  7. Bless you, Laurie. Our Itties are so blessed!

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  8. OMG! They are so adorable! The clip is too much! >^.^<

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  9. Thanks for wanting to keep them together. They do seem to be bonded with each other and it would be rough to separate them. How are their bros doing?

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  10. Those are some huge yawns from ittie bitties! Careful, girls, or your jaws might get stuck like that! ;D Such cuteness!

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  11. I hope whoever adopts this pair will share updates. I would love to see how fluffy they turn out, and how their fur patterns end up! Such cuties!

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  12. Hazel's getting stripey!

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  13. I was noticing those stripes, too.

    We're not in the area, plus LG (AKA Mr. Stripey) said no way are we getting kittens. But it's tons of fun seeing them on here! Hope they'll find a lovely home together.

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  14. I know the universe will come through with the right family for this adorable pair. It always does!

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  15. I have an older cat that just likes to be the only one and a wild child black little kitteh cat who runs til he nearly drops, he tries to play with our older girl and she hisses so much and runs away I could not get Effie and Hazel, we live far away but I am praying someone(s) takes and loves both of your darling itty bitty kitties! Wylla and Bean are so sweet, your home must be heaven on earth! ciao!

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  16. It’s wonderful how you look out for the well-being of your tiny charges in all phases of their time with you. I know you screen potential adopters very carefully, and that makes my heart SO happy.

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  17. Oh noooooooooooooooooo ! don't tell us that they are ready to be adopted??? Can we see them for a little longer ?? Pleazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzze

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    1. They're not ready to go yet - just trying to find their family.

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  18. I'd have a tough time separating them, too!

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