Two exotic beauties! Peony and Lily came to us from a shelter up north.
Pretty Peony came to her new foster home and cased out the place to make sure it would be adequate for her and her companion Lily.
Peony participates in everything her foster human does. She checks up on her periodically while she works from home, making sure she isn't slacking off and showing her that the proper way to use a computer is to sit on it.
Peony joins in the housework; she likes to help make the bed, but has an ongoing feud with the vacuum cleaner, following it around and swatting it.
Peony is motherly towards Lily and also loves playing with her, but Peony is still a kitten at heart and loves to play with toys. She's a fearless and fun-loving girl whose antics will delight you. One of her favourite toys is arms, which she likes to wrestle and she is being trained to be calmer and more considerate. She can sometimes get overexcited when playing so small children are not a good idea at this stage. She is still very much a kitten at heart.
Lily and Peony currently share an apartment with one human. The girls are charming, fun-loving, and social and have their foster human wrapped around their pretty little paws. They have each other to keep company when their foster human goes to work, but they wait for her by the door when she arrives home. They are also inquisitive and love to explore everything.
Both of them love to curl up near you or sleep with you. When they're not doing that, they speed down the hallway chasing balls or some imaginary prey; or vaulting over each other and onto the furniture or the kitchen island. They play like kittens and everything becomes a toy including their human.
An ideal environment would be one with plenty of space to run and play and with a space to look out the window, preferably in a quieter neighbourhood, as they get startled by sirens and loud cars. Ideal humans for them would have time to play and hang out with them and appreciate the high energy and natural curiosity of these cats and their need to be a part of everything. Their rambunctiousness would be better suited to older children.
Peony and Lily are best buddies and need to be adopted together.
|Peony and Lily|