I have 2 male cats, brothers who are looking for their new forever homes, they are both just under 4 months old. I have been trying to get them re-homed together for the last month and have been let down several times. I would give them away separately if need be but they do thrive together. They are eating wet and dry food, are litter trained and have super affectionate personalities. They absolutely adore cuddles at bedtime, they are essential! I can do drop off or pick up of these kittens. Any questions feel free to ask. Thanks!
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