Emma and Jack are both mature, but playful 12 year olds. If you’re willing to play, they will be your best friend. They are healthy, and up-to-date on shots. Jack is a tuxedo, and has been neutered, and Emma is a beautiful calico and has been spayed. They were found together in a box at Tyler State Park, so they have been attached by the hip since they were very young. They are loving cats and are great with dogs and children, but don’t get along well with other cats. The family is very upset to have to give them up, and willing to do whatever it takes to make sure these cats get a good home.
If at all possible, Jack and Emma would love to be placed together.
Is there room in your home and your heart for two beautiful cats? Or, do you know someone who would like to have a wonderful addition to their family? Please contact Ally at The Crossings Animal Society either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us at (215) 321-4673.
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