Video Available! Hi there, we’re Willow and Zoey! We’re both medium-sized spayed female cats who are about 7 years old. Our coats are a combination of Seal Point and Tortoiseshell, which means that they’re a pretty patchwork of cream and brown, plus we have breathtaking blue eyes. We’re easy to tell apart because Willow’s coat is a little longer than Zoey’s, and Zoey has darker coloring on the right side of her pretty face while Willow has darker coloring on her left. We’re a bonded pair, which means that we’re such good pals that we can’t stand to be apart and will need to be adopted together. Zoey is a sweet, friendly, and gentle girl who LOVES to sit in laps and get brushed and scratched as well as to play with fun toys. Willow is a bit more shy, but she is also a nice and affectionate girl who loves attention. We would do best in an adult-only home where we can be the only kitties, and we get along with some dogs. Ask for Willow and Zoey using our special ID numbers A579954 & A579955. We can’t wait to meet you!
Unless otherwise indicated, adoptable animals are located at our Lantos Center for Compassion at 1450 Rollins Road, Burlingame, CA 94010. Our hours are weekdays from 11am-7pm and weekends from 11am-6pm (closed major holidays). Interested adopters must arrive at least 1 hour before close.
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