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Adopt Pesach & Haggadah

Female Domestic Short Hair

If you have questions about Pesach & Haggadah please contact

Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition, Inc.

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About Pesach & Haggadah

Mama Pesach is a young mother, petit and grey-furred with a white underside and paws. Her most most distinctive feature is eyes which have an unusual and very beautiful almond shape. Pesach, named for Passover when she gave birth to her kitten Hamech, could best be described as a shy girl who is  increasingly curious about humans and increasingly willing to hang out with them. In the last few weeks, she’s become interested in getting pats and scratches on her back, especially at feeding time. She is a little scared of humans and when a hand approaches her face she may swat, however, leans in for pets along her back and tail. Pesach is talkative and will chirp when hungry or looking for her kittens. She is a great mother to all all three of the kittens she’s been raising. She and her kitten Haggadah (female) are well bonded and could be adopted together.  Hagaddah is a black and white kitten, 10 weeks old, who most resembles a baby panda bear. She’s a round ball of love and cuddles who will sleep practically anywhere, at any time, happily chilling with kittens and human alike. She maybe the most relaxed of her sibling group, contented with whatever is going on. When she’s not napping, she enjoys playing with the ball tower or her mom’s tail or wrestling with the sibs. She likes cuddle with her siblings, mom, or closest human and is very calm when picked up. Haggadah is a joy. Please note that Hagaddah has not yet been spayed/neutered -- their adoption fee will be higher to cover their surgeries.

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Pesach & Haggadah
Shots up to date
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Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
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Ok with dogs
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Ok with cats
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