Meet Bumble and Bee
Meet Bumble and Bee, two parts of one whole, just like their names! These two are inseparable. They even use the litter box together! When separated for even a short time they start calling and looking for each other. This is why they need to go to a home together. What touching sibling love! These two are not like the stereotypical orange cats. Unlike most snuggly orange cats, this duo prefers their space over snuggling. They are not fond of touching and prefer not to be held or picked up. Bumble is more accepting of pets and snuggles than Bee, but he still prefers these sparingly. This pair is content buzzing around on their own without too much human interaction. They are slow to warm up to people and find children, excited dogs and strangers very scary. Bee is a little more anxious about movements around her than Bumble, and will hide from her own people if they move around too much. Bumble is a little more scared of strangers in his hive, and may stay hidden when people he doesn't know enter the home. They are both great with calm and slowly moving dogs. They often snuggle up with their foster dog siblings for a little nap. Like most kittens, they have quite a bit of energy and like to knock things off tables, hunt bugs that get into the house, and sneak into any place to explore or hide. They would prefer a quiet hive with patient humans so that they can grow and be the best they can "Bee"! DOB 4/10/22
Our adoption application can be found here: http://catnetwork.org/adoption-application-and-fees/
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