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Description: Tigger and Tony come from the same litter and are big boys for their age! Both were born of a feral mother in a yard near a kind person who took the last litter in and kept all of them. Unfortunately he was unable to accommodate anymore in his own household, but was kind enough to bring the litter in and socialize them. Mom has been trapped and fixed as well.
Both of these boys are on the very shy side. They will probably never be the lap cat or the kitty who follows you everywhere and pats at your computer. Instead they are observant and polite. Tony likes to sit behind foster mom's laptop and just monitor her work without interrupting. They are both very quiet, and almost never meow. They are initially afraid of strangers, so in their new home they are likely to disappear if new people come over. They will need a patient home who will give them time to adjust. They aren't huge fans of being picked up, however once they know you they do enjoy being pet and scratched under the chin. They do get along very well with other kitties and even small dogs, so they would fit in with most pet households with a proper introduction. They probably would not do well with kids as they are on the shier side. They can be adopted individually or available as a 2 for 1 adoption fee.
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