Meet Blossom and Clarissa

Please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Blossom and my sister’s name is Clarissa.  We had a rough start in life but luckily were rescued from the animal control facility we had ended up in.  We didn’t have much human contact before being rescued but have since learned how to train humans to worship us and therefore supply us our earthly needs.

We enjoy spending our days looking out the window and sleeping (after all, we are cats!).  Our favorite prey is what our foster mom calls the “octopus”.  It only has six legs but we don’t want to make her feel inferior or hurt her feelings by pointing that out.  We love it so much that she said we could take it with us to our forever home.  Clarissa and I are also determined that one day we will catch the elusive red dot and kill it!

I am a gray tabby with some diluted tortie spots and Clarissa is an orange tabby.  Foster mom says we are slender, petite girls with delicate features and pretty eyes.  I am more comfortable around humans but my sister is more adventurous.  I like to bless my minions by laying on their lap so that they can worship me in the manner I deserve.  Clarissa likes to snuggle up nearby since she prefers a more reserved approach to her minions.

We are spayed, microchipped and up to date on shots.  Please give us a chance to warm up and adjust to a forever home–you won’t be sorry!

  • Breed : Tabby
  • Age : 8 months
  • Gender : Female
  • Ready For Adoption : Absolutely! Anxiously Waiting
  • Kid Friendly : I Haven't Been Around Kids
  • Dog Friendly : Dogs Make Me Nervous At First But I Adjust Quickly,
  • Cat Friendly : Cats Don't Bother Me
  • Hair Length : Short Haired
  • Litter Box Trained : Yes
  • FeLV/FIV Test : Negative
  • Claws : Has All Claws
  • Personality : Affectionate, Shy, Loves to play, Curious, Intelligent
  • Date Available : Right Now
  • Adoption Fee : $135.00 - 2 Kittens up to 1 year
  • Adoption Application : http://www.straypawsrescue.com/adoption-application
  • Donate Today! : http://straypawsrescue.com/causes/