Meet brothers Mickey and Milo
These two characters are named Mickey and Milo. They are brothers who will be 3 years old on March 31, 2017. Mickey got his name from his unusual markings. He has spots in the shape of Mickey Mouse’s ears. Milo got his name because it starts with an “M” like Mickey. Both of them are white with dark markings.
Both of these boys are playful, loving, energetic , talkative kitties. They will play with whoever is available, but they are most often seen playing together. In a pinch, though, one of the other male cats will do. The female cats in the foster home are not very playful, whereas the males are. There are plenty of cat trees available and Mickey and Milo can often be found curled up in those or perched up high looking out the window to see what the birds and squirrels are up to. Curious by nature, as most cats are, they love to watch the activity around them. Sometimes that leads to another round of play time. They also love to be petted and will let you know when they feel neglected. Chin scratches and ear rubs and belly rubs are highly sought after!! Of the two of them, though, Milo is the most affectionate.
After a round of chasing and wrestling, a nap is usually in order. Most of the time Mickey and Milo are found snuggled up together in the same cat bed. Many times, though, one of them will be cuddled up with the resident cat, Frankie. He is a huge love bug and needs a bed partner. There have been times when all three of the boys are all in the same bed. Not that the bed is big enough, but they don’t let that stop them!
Mickey and Milo are friendly will all of the cats in the household. They are not aggressive and are never in the middle of a difference of opinion, like some of the other cats are. They mind their own business and would do well in a home with other cats as long as they were properly introduced.
Every evening is treat time. The dog is always the one who starts pestering the humans for treats, but as soon as that cabinet opens they all come running! Mickey and Milo usually lead the pack. These are big boys who love their food and treats! But there is no fighting over food or treats. They have been known, however, to gently push the shyer cats out of their food bowls, so a couple of the cats get fed separately. We do monitor the treat session to make sure everyone gets their share.
Because these two kitties have never been separated and are so bonded it would be best if they are adopted together. If you are looking for a pair of bonded cats who will entertain you with their antics and make you laugh, cuddle up on your lap at night, head-butt you when demanding attention, and just generally improve your life, these two lovable stinkers are what you need!!
Their adoption fee is $75 each. Both are fully vetted. All shots are up-to-date, and the fee includes all testing, neutering, and microchipping. Theya re ready for their forever home.
For more information or to arrange a meeting, please see contact info below.
Foster Mom Denise
314.322.5607 - cell
firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you have any questions or would like to meet this pet, please email email@example.com. Information about the rescue and adoption process can also be found at stlpetrescue.com along with a full listing of our adoptable pets.
Our adoption fees:
Cats range from $75 to $150
Dogs range from $200 to $300
This fee includes: felv/fiv/heartworm testing, worming, flea and ear mite treatments, age appropriate vaccinations, spay/neuter, rabies vaccination, and microchip with free registration.
The adoption process includes an interview, application, adoption contract, which includes a return obligation if adopter is needing to rehome pet. The adoption process may include a home visit.
St. Louis Pet Rescue adopts to the St. Louis Metropolitan area.