I feel they would be happier with someone with more time on their hands to work with them. I've gotten busier and feel bad for them. The one female is a bit of a biter and I'm not sure why. I only want what's best for them
Female one (named Domino) Is black and white. Loves cuddles but hates being picked up. Once you get ahold of her though shes fine. Adoptive sister (named Pippin) is slightly bigger and orange and white. She also hates being touched and picked up but loves being held. Both are healthy and not spayed. Both have given birth before. Domino is older, a year and two months old. Pippin is about a year old.
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But I want THAT one!
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