Sibling kitten pair Evelyn (male) and JoJo (female) were recently rescued during TNR work and are now learning to be indoor kitties. In a recent update their fosterer writes they are settling in well in their foster home: “Evelyn and JoJo are adjusting rapidly. Evelyn is more outgoing; JoJo is a bit more shy and reticent. JoJo follows Evelyn’s lead — she hangs back until he has checked out the situation. They happily climb all over me and purr when I am seated and they now let me walk up to them and stroke the top of their heads. Once first contact has been made, they are extremely friendly. Evelyn is a talker — he makes these adorable little squeaks to get me to pay attention to him. He loves to cuddle (provided he is the one to initiate contact). JoJo does not talk to me (yet!), but she purrs a lot after Evelyn starts to purr. They are cute, curious, energetic, and friendly…going to be great pets.”
What sweet kittens! They will be available as a bonded pair for adoption down the road, so let us know if you are interested in meeting them at firstname.lastname@example.org !
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