HAPPY DYNAMIC DUO: Dyanmo and Tigger.
Dynamo is a very affectionate cuddler who also spends a lot of time and energy playing extensively with his buddy Tigger.
He eats like a horse. He behaves like an active 8-year-old boy. So if you miss having children around--this pair could make you very happy. Dynamo was found outdoors where he had joined a group of cats being fed by a woman who tends a feral colony - He was always extremely friendly and extremely hungry. He is a confident self-assured little guy. Loves to go outdoors and is very smart. Good litter box manners too - he actually buries his waste!
Tigger is his best buddy. He is shyer towards strangers than Dynamo, but every bit as active and sweet once he knows you. He was found loose in El Sobrante near the creek, very scared. Some of that has stuck with him.
They are perfectly matched in weight, size and age--8 months old. and would be best adopted together because either one alone would be massively bored. They are a tightly bonded pair - easier than one alone!
Both love to play with toys on a string.
Both are neutered and tested and up to date with vaccinations, worming and flea control.
Home visit can be arranged or meet at Pet Food Express in Lafayette this Sunday 4/2.
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