Meet Matt and Tom! These two quiet sweethearts are looking for a loving and low key home to call their own. They enjoy spending their days snuggled together, curled up in their cozy hammock. It's not unusual to see an outstretched arm wrapped around the other as they sleep away the day. They do enjoy play time and will respond with curiousity when things like catnip and jingly toys are offered.
Matt and Tom are both shyer boys, and are not fans of commotion and loud noises. An ideal home for them would be an adult who lives on their own, and will give these two all the time that they need to feel comfortable and confident in their new surroundings. While Matt and Tom may not be super snuggly lap cats, they do enjoy affection, and if allowed to approach on their own terms, will seek you out for a gentle pet or nuzzle.
Matt and Tom are very bonded to each other, and would thrive best in a home together. While they did not come in to our shelter together, they have fast become close companions. Tom was with us first, and when Matt arrived as a scared and lonely kitten, he instantly took him under his wing and offered Matt the comfort he needed.
Wondering how to tell these special friends apart? Tom is the orange fella who is 3 years old while Matt has black fur with a unique white ring on his back, and is 2 years old.
Consider making these two a part of your life. Ask to meet Matt and Tom today!
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