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    Lotus & Orchid are two brothers who will be going home together. They are both very playful little characters and love getting up to all sorts of shenanigans. Lotus is a bit shy and tends to follow Orchid’s lead, he is a friendly little lad and just needs some time to get to know you. Orchid is a curious soul who has a big friendly purr and likes to scamper up on your lap. They could both live with children aged 10+ so long as they are calm and respectful as Lotus will need some time to get used to things. So if these kitties look blooming marvelous make sure you keep on reading to find out about the rest of their re-homing requirements...

    Lotus and Orchid is available

    If you are interested in adopting Lotus and Orchid, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.

    How Rehoming Works
    • Age
    • 4 months old
    • Colour
    • Black/White & Black
    • Sex
    • male
    • Reason for arrival
    • Allergies
    • Can be left alone?
    • No Longer than 6 hours
    • Can live with dogs?
    • No
    • Can live with cats?
    • No
    • Can live with children?
    • Yes
    • Garden required?
    • Yes
    • Medical conditions?
    • See 'Other Notes' section for more info

    Other Notes

    Lotus & Orchid were in a group of kittens who we suspect had some mild cat flu infection (Calici virus). This caused erosive lesions on their tongues. No other flu type symptoms were seen. This is a common virus in cats and they have all recovered well with no specific treatment. It should be noted that cats can become carriers of this virus and in some cases, symptoms of cat flu can recur, especially at times of stress, but in these instances the symptoms are normally milder. If symptoms recur e.g. runny eyes/nose or ulcers then you should seek veterinary advice. You should also keep up to date with yearly vaccinations as this will guard against flu as well.

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    Lotus and Orchid is available

    If you are interested in adopting Lotus and Orchid, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.

    How Rehoming Works

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