Emmett (white fur) plays the confident role in this duo, responding when his name is called and curling up in laps when he’s in the mood. He loves to be the center of attention, soaking up chin and back scratches at every turn. And while he may look wise beyond his years, he’s still got a young, playful spirit about him when he’s chasing a toy around the house. He loves to cuddle you in bed, and will likely sleep with you.
Fletcher (orange and white) isn’t going to be left out of petting time, though, even if it takes him a minute to decide he wants in. His foster says, “He'll often start purring from across the room when Emmett is getting attention.” And while he may play hard to get at first, you’ll soon find him rolling over and demanding belly rubs after he gets comfortable. Who can say no to those beautiful blue eyes?
As their foster says, “[...]These two furrballs will keep you great company. If you're looking for a pair of laid-back, loving cats who just want to enjoy life with a laid-back human, you'll be in purradise.” Make these two lovable buddies a part of your life.
Emmett and Fletcher are neutered , microchipped, vaccinated, negative for FeLV/FIV, and $75 to adopt as a pair.
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