Date of Birth: 1/8/2002 (Blind)
Blaze is a GENUINE LAP CAT for sure! She is extremely affectionate, sweet and friendly. She loves to talk to you, loves attention, and she will let you know when she wants it. If you are looking for a trusted companion, she will be your BEST girlfriend. Blaze loves to sleep with her daughter Ginger. Ginger was born on 8/1/2004, has short hair, and is all black with the exception of a perfectly placed white patch on her chest. Ginger is also a VERY sweet girl. She loves to be petted (and will ask you for it) and she loves attention. She too loves to talk and will follow you from room to room. She will call for her mother when she is too far out of sight. She loves to curl up and sleep with her mom, and will also curl up and sleep beside you on the bed. Ginger is a wonderful girl with a good disposition, and will do well with a loving owner. Blaze and Ginger are now interviewing for their forever home.
Blaze and Ginger were recently featured on Facebook. Here is their wish:
Mom Blaze is blind. Don't let that worry you, though; she is a love magnet. Blaze will easily find you to score some sugar, and gets around just fine. She ADORES a good brushing session, and carries on deep and thoughtful conversations.
Daughter Ginger is exceptionally low-maintenance. While the brush elicits lots of purrs, Ginger is an easy-going girl, content to serve as a statuesque objet d'art.
Blaze and Ginger would be well-suited as companions for an older person, with a quiet household. Because they are both seniors, they have no adoption fees. They DO, however, have plenty of love to give...
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