While they are not necessarily snuggly with humans, they are looking for someone who will enjoy their company without wanting huggable companion felines.
Che is a five-year-old hunk of a long, sleek, male tabby with enormous soulful eyes and a big presence who loves to lounge on the sofa or hang out on the cat tree. He has a super-mellow nature, and avoids confrontation from other cats. He's really just a big teddy bear that wants nothing more than a peaceful life. He loves food; whenever he hears a can being opened in the morning and evening, he pads to the kitchen and hangs out patiently by the door to make sure he's not forgotten.
Kate is a 11-year-old petite female tabby with an endearing pixie face and the cutest white socks. Kate is coming out of her shell more each day and likes to explore her surroundings. She enjoys hanging out on the sofa grooming Che; she’s a cougar!
I understand from their foster mom that when an annoying photographer is not around, they are completely relaxed and happy. Here is a video showing how relaxed and happy they are in their foster home: https://youtu.be/Y8SSZpcP0wg
These two are well-mannered in the home, use their litter box and scratching posts like good kitties. They get along with other felines in the home. And, while they are not currently living with dogs, they’d probably be fine with a dog that didn’t chase them. Kate and Che are not at all aggressive with people, or with other cats. When nervous, they retreat or hide.
They are neutered/spayed, up-to-date on vaccines, micro-chipped and virus-tested. Kate had a dental and only has three teeth left. Their adoption fee of $75 as a pair benefits the rescued pets of Azrael’s Place.
To meet and possibly adopt Kate and Che, please contact Lana at firstname.lastname@example.org or 708-218-4501.
This duo is currently being fostered in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.
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