Spike was a little nervous at first with all the new people and changes. He is starting to feel a little better and is showing us what a sweet boy he really is.
Ziggy is a love, but is also shy right now. Once you start petting him and telling him everything will be OK, he will purr and relax.
These guys will be great companions once settled into a new home with loving, patient adopters. They may seem shy at first, which is understandable, but once they realize they are starting a new life full of happiness, they will be the outgoing cats they were in their first home.
Spike and Ziggy are bonded and must be adopted together.
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