Chester & Switter the Swifter
DSH Brown Tabby, DMH Black
Chester the Man and Switter the Swifter make the cutest pair around! Chester has beautiful dark tabby markings and the sweetest green eyes. Switter’s large owl eyes pull you in as she carefully observes all that is around her. Switter’s long black fur feels like silk to the touch! These two make a striking pair of bonded siblings. They are sure to melt your heart and convince you into keeping them together and taking them home forever. Chester and Switter are an extremely affectionate pair. They can’t wait to sit in your lap and be loved on for as long as you want. They absolutely love to play and chase each other around the house. Chester will be chasing a toy with Switter coming right behind him. This pair goes nuts for feather toys and cat treats as well, and will be worn out and ready for cat naps in the sunshine in no time! Chester and Switter both get along great with other cats and they even like hanging out with dogs! What more could you ask for in pair of devoted companions? Fill out and application today to fall in love with this wonderful duo.
Like all SNAP pets, Chester and Switter are neutered and spayed, and are up to date on shots and vaccinations, and micro-chipped. And ready to meet you at one of our adoption centers or by special appointment.
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First posted March 3, 2015.
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