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Pina and Cola

Latest additions to JCN Kyoto - sweet brothers Pina and Cola!

Our latest additions to the Kyoto shelter are a pair of brothers, Pina and Cola! Pina and Cola are just 6 months old and are extremely friendly and affectionate creatures - it’ll only take seconds before they warm up to you and become your personal, cuddly “lap-warmers”.

Image titleAlthough they look almost identical with their beautiful greenish-brown eyes, Pina and Cola can be differentiated from each other by their tails. Pina has a slight kink in his tail but don’t worry, this doesn’t affect him one bit.

Being brothers, Pina and Cola are never seen without the other whether it’s during playtime or naptime and enjoying grooming each other. They might get a little jealous if one is receiving more attention than the other, but it’s just harmless rivalry between two loving brothers ;)

Both Pina and Cola always eager and ready to receive love from new owner(s) - do contact us at https://japancatnetwork.org/contact for more information regarding these lovely kittens! And before you go, watch this cute video below of Pina and Cola in action:

Written by Ena (enavanilla.wordpress.com)


Author: Amazing Jcn Shelter Volunteer

Cat cuddler , Addy/Chacha's doggie tour guide, and JCN news reporter

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