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Lil Bit and Nugget want to be adopted together in Alexandria

Seven-year-old Nugget and two-year-old Lil Bit do everything together.

The male domestic short-haired cats are up for adoption with the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria. They’re both shy cats, but an inseparable friendship helps them feel more confident, said AWLA spokesperson Gina Hardter.

“Currently, the are running our Adoption office, but they would be happy to translate these skills into their new home, including closet reorganization, sorting out under the bed, checking on the tops of the highest cabinets – there’s no limit when they can do it together,” Hardter said.

Hardter added, “While this duo can be a bit shy, they also help each other feel more confident, and when you make friends with one of the boys, his brother is sure to come around soon.”

Learn more about how to meet Nugget and Lil Bit at AlexandriaAnimals.org/Adopt-By-Appointment.

Via AWLA

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