Hello there. It is with great sadness I have had to advertise my two adorable Savannah cats, both sisters with amazing temperaments.
Fahari is the sweet sister of the two who loves cuddles and strokes and genuine displays of affection. Sikia on the other hand is super loveable as well, but she is much more energetic and can get into mischief from time to time.
They are both registered with TICA and the transfer of ownership will be completed before they both leave.
I have had these two ladies from the start and I am absolutely heartbroken to list them on here.
Unfortunately, I have lost my job due to being made redundant three months ago and have no source of income at the moment. A sensible decision was made for my friend to look after them until I could get back on my feet again, however, it is proving more difficult than I expected. For the well being of the cats, I believe this is the best option and I would not allow them to go to Anybody.
Both cats have NOT been spayed and are perfectly capable of delivering kittens. Breeding was NOT the reason I brought them home. These beautiful cats will come with a folder each containing all of their vaccine certificates, TICA registration certificates, and all other relevant paperwork. I believe I have priced them fairly and they will without a doubt be the perfect addition to your family.
They are genuinely loveable cats who welcome affection from their owners once they get use to you. I hope these two beautiful cats can go to a caring family who will look after them just the way I did.
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