Hey guys! I’m Candy Corn (I’m the Orange one) and I was rescued from a cold hard cage at the pound. I can be a bit shy at first, but with a little love and attention, I warm right up! I am very affectionate, and I love head scratches, especially right behind the ears. I purr as loud as I can to show my special humans how much I like it. I am also a super playful little guy! I love all kinds of toys – toys with catnip, mice, balls, jingle toys, wand toys with strings and feathers on the end – they’re all so much fun!
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And I am Priscilla! Let me tell you, I am so thankful not to be spending my nights in the cold. I much prefer to spend my days snuggled up in my warm bed and being showered with attention from my foster mom. She’s been telling me that there are even better homes than foster homes. Apparently, they are called forever homes, and they have people who love to snuggle and play and who would never leave a beautiful girl like me outside in the cold ever again. So, I have decided that I must find one of those homes. As you can tell, I am quite beautiful, and a girl this pretty can’t live just anywhere. I have some very specific requirements for my forever home. It must have owners who will pet me whenever I want and provide me with plenty of food. I will also need a lap or two to take naps in and some soft snuggly beds for when you’re not home. Finally, I will need plenty of toys for when I’m feeling a little frisky.
Have you been searching for an adorable, fluffy, snuggly new addition to the family? You can stop looking. We are right here!! We recommend and encourage you to complete an online application before coming to our next adoption event. If you’d like to meet us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to setup a visit.
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