This pair is always thinking, always planning and sometimes I think scheming. With them life will never be boring.
They were rescued by a good Samaritan and were in dire need of medical attention. It took months to get Evie well from severe sniffles but now she is 100% healthy with no lasting affects. Evie is truly one of a kind. She sleeps on her back, legs fully spread with not a care in the world. She's the most relaxed, go with the flow type cat I've encountered, yet wildly observant. She's very intelligent, very responsive and loves a challenge. She's been my favorite foster this year and I've kept her a secret from everyone for too long. Brother Edwyn is such a gentle and calm soul. His eyes were a terrible, scary mess when he was rescued and we were sure he'd lose his vision. He has healed remarkable well, he's too stubborn not too, and though there *might* be a little vision loss you'd never know. Nothing stops him or slows him down. He has an occasional runny eye that doesn't require medicine but might benefit from a supplement (L-lysine).
You won't find a pair that is more expressive and intelligent. It's my great sadness to put them up for adoption but I cannot wait to hear stories from their forever family about how enriched their lives are now that they have Evie and Edwyn. Both kitties like dogs and other cats/kittens (they love kittens) and especially love hiding themselves under blankets.
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