Monkey & Piglet are dapper tuxedo siblings who have been together since birth, and who now need to find a new home together. They share everything, from beds to food bowls to toys to people. They will both sit with you while you watch TV, curl up with you on the bed. and when they roll over to ask for belly rubs they're not teasing - they really do want belly rubs! They love to play, and if you're for some reason you're too busy to play with them when they ask, they will happily play with each other before settling in to cuddle and groom each other. They can be distinguished by their noses - Monkey has a little black heart shaped nose, and Piglet has a little pink nose. They are a joy to have around and are always on their best behavior, even when their routine is interrupted by the arrival of a small child.
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