54 days ago

George & Shirley

Mary Bossley from Forgotten Felines Foundation

17 weeks old


George and Shirley came into our care after they were found living by a Four Square. Momcat was around too, so very likely that the whole family was abandoned. Mom got speyed and stayed at the shop to be a mouser (she wasn't very friendly). Thankfully the kittens came into our care at just the right age to be soicalsied. Although still a bit shy around new people, they have come along way, and really enjoy human company now. They can be adopted together or separately

George is the first one to greet you when it is food time, he is quite talkative and very food motivated. Such a sweet and lovely guy, purrs a lot and likes being held.

Shirley is quite a little girl, loves to have her back rubbed, and will happily put her tail up and purr. Loves sitting on your lap too.

Please visit our info page under the adoption tab to learn about adopting from us.


Before setting up meet and greets, We ask for any potential adopters to fill out our questionnaire below


As with all of our adoptable cats, he is looking for home that can commit to keeping him inside at night. Any young kittens need to remain indoor only until at least 6 months of age and cats over 6 months old for at least 4 weeks before going outside.

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