Cheryl and Toni

DOB: Apr.6/18
Sex: Spayed Females
Adoption Fee: $50 for both (they must go together)
Foster Home Location: Kindersley, SK
Intake Date: Jul.22/18

These 2 gorgeous girls are from The Riverdale Gang. They were living as strays in Brock with their 7 siblings until they were almost 4 months old. These were the 2 least socialized kittens of the bunch, so their foster mom has worked hard to get these kitties used to people.

Cheryl (the Siamese) was very shy and timid the first few months in her foster home. But she’s made leaps and bounds since then and is now very comfortable around her foster mom. She is very shy around new people though and will hide when there are loud noises. Around her foster mom, she’s very “in your face” and loves attention. She’s a very cuddly cat who is always purring and loves to be held.

Toni (the Torti) was pretty much feral was she was rescued. She was very untrusting of people and would hiss and scratch if you attempted to reach for her. She was difficult to catch when needing to go to the vet for vaccinations and would completely shut down once she was there. She has come a LONG way since then! She now meets her foster mom at the door for feeding time and is actually wanting attention. She’s now actually more brave and outgoing than her sister, Cheryl! She is shy around new people too, but the odd time her curiosity gets the better of her. She’s become very chatty and likes to “talk” (although, not to the point of being annoying). She’ll likely never be a cuddly, lap cat but she likes spending time with her foster mom and purrs when she’s petted. She even doesn’t mind being picked up and held!

We would like these two special kitties to be adopted together. Their ideal home would be a quieter one without young children. Their foster mom built them a small “catio” that they can access 24/7. They LOVE their safe outdoor time and spend many hours out there. It would be great if they had something similar at their next home. They used to be scared of dogs, but since having access to their catio, they’ve gotten quite used to the foster home’s large outdoor dog, so they may be okay with a cat friendly dog. They are okay around other cats as long as introductions are done gradually. They’ll need a home with people who will be understanding and patient with them while they get used to their new home and new people. They are fully vaccinated and have been spayed and microchipped. Both of these kitties are strictly indoor cats and we’d like them to stay that way (with the exception of safe outdoor time). To review our adoption policies and/or to fill out an adoption application, please visit our website @ www.kaws.ca/adopting.html

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