Since they came to us as shy and abandoned adult cats, they have been living "free range" in our quiet back room. Although only 3 years old or so, poor Snoopy needed most of his teeth removed when he arrived to us! However now that he is no longer in constant discomfort, he has become social and friendly with almost everyone he meets. But he is so attached to shy Maxie, we think they will do better as a pair. Maxie has lately been coming out of her shell quite a bit, so we have hopes for finding them a great permanent home of their own one day. Next time you come by, ask to come in back and meet them! Maybe they are for you!
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