This animal is posted as a rehome, which is a service outside of Cat's Cradle to help owners find new homes for their animals. Please call Jennifer at 540-421-6216 to adopt!
From Mr. Purrley's finder:
We have named the orange one Mr. Purrfect and his brother is Mr. Purrley.
We live in Singers Glen and they roam the fields. They tend to stay around the field next to our house and we started feeding them about three months ago to get them more used to people. Mr. Purrfect started hanging out with me when I was studying for the Bar, that's why I think he sticks around a little more often. He got used to being around people. Mr. Purrley is a sweetheart and a talker, but he tends to run off for a few days. They just need someone who's willing to take the time to tame them more, as they are both sweethearts.
I am unable to keep them as I already have several pets of my own. If I didn't have a veritable zoo I'd love to keep them. I just want them to be safe since we live next to a pretty busy road. Please call Jennifer at 540-421-6216 to adopt!
Updated: September 2015
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