|Breed||Domestic Short Hair|
Same same but different…. 😉
Hello! You aren’t seeing double! There is indeed 2 of us! We are twin sisters – Charlotte and Scarlett 😻
Yes, we are sisters but we have our own unique personalities and behaviours. If you look closely, our facial features and body markings do have slight differences. Actually, we also not that close too. We occasionally do have our arguments (like all sisters do) 😜
We used to be home cats but allowed to free roam. No one told us that the corridors and neighbours’ flower pots aren’t our litter boxes. We vaguely heard “very dirty and smelly. Anyhow shit and called people to come catch us”. We didn’t know what was going to happen to us and we continued our daily ‘activities’ along the corridors. Then the next moment, we were carried into carriers and in a new place called the cattery before we went on to a foster home.
Foster mama told us that we need to be rehomed where we will experience plenty of human love and attention and abundance of good yummy food. The foster home we are now in is only temporary and will soon be no longer able to take care of us. So so, we are now in desperate search of our own home with our very own mommy and daddy! Let us introduce ourselves so you know how adorable we are:
Charlotte – looks aloof but actually loves to headbutt. Likes to be carried and some attention is ok but does not crave for it. If the human is busy, she will just self-entertain. Her current ‘toys’ are plastic bags, toilet rolls. 🤪
Scarlett – looks abit unfriendly but actually super ”sticky’ to humans. She needs more attention than Charlotte. She likes to follow humans around the house, like a lil puppy. She is fine to be carried but not for too long and will signal you ‘times up’ 😆
They are both estimated at 3 years old, sterilised, vaccinated, deflead, FIV and FeLV negative. Charlotte and Scarlett can be adopted separately but only to SINGLE cat homes. But if you do not wish to separate the sisters and would like to adopt them together, that would be great. Just ensure that both of them get equal attention.
Please note that CWS adoption guidelines will apply.
• Cat proofed home (meshing is required or safe grilles)
• To be kept strictly indoors
• Good quality wet and dry food
• Vet care when necessary
• A house assessment pre-adoption
• Adopter is to be financially independent