Nora and Anna are absolutley delightful kittens!
These two long haired gray sisters resemble Norwegian Forest cats or perhaps because their fur is so soft, the Angora Breed. No matter the breed, I can tell you that both girls are super affectionate and love to be held.
And both are great with other cats and like dogs. They are simply easy to get along with girls.
Nora and Anna look a lot alike initially but once you are around them for a bit you can tell the difference.
Anna is pictured here. She has more of a round face and her fur is a bit lighter. Anna is short for Oleanna.
Anna and Nora came to us back in early December. Not long after entering our program we discovered they had ring worm fungus. And it was a bad one too. One of the girls lost all her hair from her head to her tail! It took months for this to clear up. And the poor girls had to be kept isolated along with weekly baths and topical anointments. I felt bad for them. But despite it all, they were always sweet as the day is long. What a pair of kittens these two are.
And this is Nora. She is a bit darker looking than her sister. They can both have that angry bird look about them and they are never angry – it’s just their looks.
Here Nora is playing with some other kittens. I think this is a checking it out pose to see if she wants to try to go get that furry toy mouse.
Anna and Nora would be a delightful pair to adopt together. That way, even when you are gone for long hours, they will be content with one another. But don’t think because they have one another that you won’t be the center of the attention when you get home. They love to be on laps, circle around legs and basically be into whatever it is you are doing. They are busy bodies that way!
They would be fine adoped by themselves but they need a kitty friend or they will be really lonely. They love to be in the company of others.
Social these two girls are — very social.
Nora and Anna are available for adoption. If you are interested, please fill out an application and email it to us as an attachment. . Click here for adoption application.
Medical: Both are spayed, and up to date on shots.
They have been tested for Feline Leukemia and has Revolution put on her once a month.
Adoption fee: $75 each
Soft Claws: Because PetsConnect has moved to a no-declaw policy, we are using soft claws as a training tool for our foster cats. Soft Claws are soft plastic nail caps for cats. This cat has them on her front paws. To learn more about Soft Claws.
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