She loves to cuddle. Any time she can get some attention she will take it, and sometimes asks you to give a little more. She does have longer hair, which she sometimes gets lazy and develops mats. If you give her a brush, she will love you that much more. Ali likes to chase lasers and enjoys playing with things with feathers. She likes to be scratched around her neck and chin area. She is a big bundle of love who tends to get stressed with any kind of change. This is the main reason we are making the tough decision to let her go...she had some urine spotting problems over the nine months of the pregnancy (vet claimed it was her sensing the new hormones), she has also previously had a urine infection, which she was treated for, when we were busy with our wedding last summer. Since our daughter came into the picture we just can't give her the attention she craves/ deserves and with the added baby items and constant changes around our home, we feel she will just be better off at a more stable/ established home where she can feel secure and loved all the time.
She is the more active one of the pair! She is very independent, but can be a major cuddle bug too. She loves to play with feathers and balls and likes to sneak up to wrestle and play fight with Ali. She Loves her wet food and will often try to steal her sisters too. She has had no health or behavioural issues, we just feel it is best to keep them together as that is all they have known and hopefully help them cope with their new home.
Both cats are spayed and have had their shots up to date. We can provide vet records as well as 2 cat trees, toys, water bowls, and litter boxes if desired. We hope to find them a new forever home where they will get the love and attention we just can't give them at this stage of our lives.
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