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Old January 28th, 2019, 12:03 PM
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2 More cats for Marko? - Opinions please

Hi Everyone,

There seems to be a couple of Sphynx kittens (2 sisters 3-4 months old) available for adoption/rescue.

Our history - We already have 2 female sphynxes (age 6 and 13) - that we adopted declawed. In addition, Twiggy has no teeth.
We do have the room in our hearts and home for 2 more.

Our cats Nuda and Twiggy get along just okay - they tolerate each other but not really good buddies because Twiggy isn't too fond of her.

My question is the declawing. We would NOT declaw any cat ever......and these new kittens have their claws.

So will it be an issue to adopt 2 clawed sphynx kittens - with 2 declawed resident cats.

I'd love to hear the opinions - thx in advance
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