June 12th, 2018
— THESE CATS ARE NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT; THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT KASSIE AND MANGO, PLEASE CONTACT NIKO AT THE EMAIL BELOW —  
I have two cats that need a special home and it turns out we are not the right family for these girls. Their names are Kassie and Mango. We adopted them from the humane society about 3 months ago and they have been slow to adapt to our home… it’s become clear that they need to live in a kid free house. From what we know they are about 6 years old, both are part Siamese, and possibly some snowshoe. They are spayed and up to date on vaccines, reliable with litter box usage, microchipped,  and are recently getting used to spending time both indoors and out. They don’t look much alike but it seems likely that they are sisters. They have been together for life and are bonded. They are very individual and have different personalities but they do like to spend time near each other and cuddle often.
Kassie (the more typically Siamese looking one) is the more outgoing of the two, though she is still quite anxious around small children. She likes to spend a good part of the day outside and often will look for love and cuddles if adults and older children are doing mellow things around the house. She is very clear that she wants to be right next to us and all over us if we are watching a movie or quietly reading. Overall a charming and sweet girl. The vet told us she has some minor tooth decay. Otherwise very healthy.
Mango (middle picture) is the oddball and needs a very mellow environment. She will not go to a home with children of any age and really it should be a quiet home in general. She has definitely made progress and I can see that she will grow to be a comfortable well adjusted cat in the right home. But in our busy house she spends 90% of her time in the basement away from people. When we go down to visit (without kids) she will happily receive petting and purr a lot. She has started to venture outside regularly after initially seeming completely afraid of the big wide world. She is a bit overweight, has no tail, and has some tooth decay- some of her quirks that in some ways make her very endearing. Sometimes I think she looks like a big bunny, and her fur is incredibly soft and plush like one.
Please contact me to arrange a visit with these girls if you think you might have a good home for them. I would like them to stay together but will consider separating them if I can’t find a good home for them together. I will definitely wait to find the right home for them and want to meet anyone interested in adopting them. For more info, please email:  revampniko@yahoo.com






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