Update 5/9/2020: Charlie and Lola are now living with their new parents. There will be a period of adjustment. I do hope they will be happy there. I am keeping this ad here for the time being, just in case things don't work out and they need to return home to me. Thank you everyone.
Introducing Charlie and Lola, the Dynamic Duo. Their stray mom gave birth to them at the back of my house. I took them in and given them everything they need to grow into adorable and affectionate kittens. Their mom has been spayed and continue to live safely at the back of the house with her colony.
Charlie is the gorgeous mini panther. He is calm and confident, a solid rock for his sister, Lola. He has the most interesting fur colour. On a bright sunny day his fur has a tint of dark brown and in the evening it is sleek black. He was born with umbilical hernia, a bump on his tummy where his bellybutton is. It will most likely resolve naturally when he is 4 to 6 months old. If not, a simple procedure can be done at the same time as his neutering. He is like any other kittens and does not need any special attention.
Lola is colourful, both inside and out. She is the female tortoiseshell kitten. I think in her past life, she was probably a clown. She is just silliest little cat I've ever seen with all her antics. She also has quite a comical round face.
The Dynamic Duo is healthy and active. Oh did I mention that they both have cute stumpy tails? They are good at using the litterbox. They have been deloused and dewormed. They will be vaccinated once they reach 900 g.
They are available for adoption as a PAIR ONLY. As they are strongly bonded, they would do so well in any household, even for first time cat parents. They love it when you play with them. They are gentle with humans and don't really scratch and bite because they have each other to do cat things with. Charlie and Lola are well-adjusted and well-socialised kittens as they are used to both humans and cats.
NEUTER them as soon as it is safe to do so. They need to be given quality food all their lives to avoid future health complications. Vaccinations should be up-to-date with check-ups from the vet when they are ill. Caring for cats is a long-term commitment and I do need to know that the adopter can do so.
So if you are that person, do send me a whatsapp. I will give you a set of questionnaire to get to know you better.
If you want to know more about the importance of pair adoption please click here http://www.kittenlady.org/twokittens
Do note that you need to be above 18, and financially independent to contact me.
Videos of them here
Kitchen roll https://youtu.be/qQdJpg4Nax8
Magic trick https://youtu.be/yqFfwt61jFY