found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
These bonded sweethearts come complete with all the polite manners and playfulness you could dream up. With their classic brown and black tabby coats and downy soft chocolate stripes, resistance is futile. Before you know it, they will be swept up into your arms and cuddled like the sweet babies they are. Their hearty purrs will let you know just how contented they are.
Both boys are very sociable and love interacting with family and guests alike. Count on them to greet visitors with an affectionate bump on the leg during your next party. They are equally good with children and don’t mind the bustle of a busy house. Besides cuddling up with you when it’s time for a nap, they love interactive playtime with dangling feather toys or balls. If you’re all tired out, they’ll entertain you with a wrestling match!
These brothers were rescued from a rural farm where it was discovered that they were both deaf. This has not deterred them in any way! Their hearing loss has actually opened up a deeper level of love and affection for the world and each other than your average house cat. They don’t startle easy, they are quick to pick up on visual cues and love to interact with their family playing music, watching TV, or snuggled up for a nap. In fact, they love nothing more than to sit quietly with you and watch the artistry of a budding musician practicing away and feel the subtle vibrations. With a few thoughtful accommodations so they are not surprised by silent temptations, they will be the most loyal and affectionate companions you’ve ever known. As Chocolate and Tommy would say, they must be “seen” to be believed!
These love bugs are bonded like macaroni and cheese, and they are looking to turn this classic pairing into a trinity of love – with you!
Chocolate and Tommy were born in June 2015. They have been neutered, tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia and are up to date on all the shots. Special needs kitties cross-posted for additional exposure. Contact Judy at jleach1234@gmailcom or 703-866-5186 for more info.