It's another Wet Nose Wednesday from our friends at Pet Overpopulation Prevention and we've got a pair of the cutest felines up adoption that you'll want to check out!

Meet May and Tylee!

May and Tylee are such a sweet and quirky pair! They sleep and play together and would love to find a home together! 

May (with more black on her face) is super sweet and a little shy and awkward, with her long legs that she likes to cross to sit just so lady-like. She is sooo soft and likes to cuddle up next to her foster family to get pets. She is super funny with her stuffed toys that she carries around in her mouth while making the funniest little growling sounds!

Tylee (with the black nose) is such a sweetheart! She crawls up on her foster mom's chest and stares into her eyes while giving nose touches! She is more outgoing than her littermate May. She makes sure that May gets included in the fun! They play tug of war with their toys. 

Tylee also runs around with toys in her mouth making the cutest little growls! They both also like to hang out and wrestle in the cat tree. May and Tylee live with their 7 kitty foster siblings and love to play and cuddle with them. They would likely do well in a home with other friendly cats.

They have never met a dog or smaller child (under 10) but might do well with proper introductions if they are calm, taken slowly, and are respectful of their small size and quirky personalities. May and Tylee might take a little time to get comfortable in a new home like any kitten, but when they do, you will fall in love with these adorable, funny, and very sweet affectionate kittens!

May and Tylee have been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped.

Their adoption fee is $100 each and includes a complimentary vet exam, coupons from PetSmart, and a gift bag from POPP.

If you are interested in giving May and Tylee a home, please complete POPP's adoption questionnaire: https://www.popptricities.org/adopt/adoption-questionnaire-feline/

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