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Bonded Female Pair in Need of Home

 

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Bonded Female Pair in Need of Home

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Bonded pair
Female
Adult

Rehoming because

Rehoming due to unexpected change in living situation. Unfortunately, I cannot take them with me.

Peanut (Abyssinian, ~3 years old) and Butternut (Short Hair, ~2 years old) are a bonded female pair I have had for about two years now. Due to a sudden change in my living situation, I am looking for a loving home that can take in both. They are very sweet, get along with children, and have lived with a cat they got along with. They have a 5ft by 2.5ft C&C cage + accessories that can go with them, as well as a supply of food, hay, and pet-safe cage cleaning products.

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