Scout: Youngest female, short curly hair. Mostly orange with white spots. Very timid and LOUD!
Abigail: Middle child, also a female. She's an Abyssinian and I've had her since she was a couple months old. She's a little timid, but very sweet and a big brat.
Socrates: Oldest female. Her and her sister have been with Abigail since she was a baby. Her sister died last fall after battling a heart condition, and because of the stress of losing her, Socrates now takes 1.5 mgs of valium everyday. She also is at risk of ovarian cysts, and has a small lump of fatty tissue on her belly. Very sweet and loves to cuddle up to your neck.
Small adoption fee to cover include 2 Midwest cages and any supplies available.
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