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; ; Dorothy and Reyes, or Dot and Rey for short, are not just brother and sister, but BFF's forever! Their beginnings were humble, like that of the heroes in a Dickens novel: Found in a box nestled with their deceased mother in a dumpster, a passerby heard Dot and Rey meowing for help. Nursed to health, they were adopted together from the Milo Foundation as kittens and have only known one home. Due to no fault of their own, that home has turned out not to be the ideal place for them forever, and they are now looking for their real REAL furever together. Dot and Rey are a bonded pair, and often sing this song to one another and are looking for someone great to sing the harmony:
; ; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COiIC3A0ROM
; ; Dot is an excellent listener with just the right amount of shock and awe when you answer, 'How was your day, honey?'; Dot and Rey love people.
; *The Dot and Rey Stats:*
; - Dot and Rey believe cleanliness is next to godliness, and help each other work towards enlightenment by grooming one another.
; - Dot and Rey have been living in an Italian household -- food time is their favorite time of the day- 'Is it dinner yet? Is it dinner yet? Is it dinner yet?'
; - Dot and Rey are quiet cats (except for meal time -- see above!), but when they do meow, Dot channels Mae West, while Rey channels Felix Unger.
; - Dot and Rey get along with other cats, but when it comes to dogs, Dot is a social butterfly, while Rey is more of a wallflower so a doggie meet and greet may be wise.
; - Dot and Rey have launched a formal investigation into what the long objects attached to their behinds are -- while a formal conclusion has yet to be reached, they are chasing down the answer.
; - Dot and Rey understand any good relationship takes work, so while they may chase each other, they alway
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