Otis is a six-year-young orange tabby fella who is handsome as the day is long. Penny is a sweet 5-year-young Tabby / Calico mix.
Penny was found on the street as a wee 6-week old kitten and her guardian decided to name her "lucky penny" and took her home!
She is super sweet and lovable but a little more timid around strangers than her "brother" Otis. She loves being around people and having her back scratched, but does not love to be picked up. She adores being talked to, and loves to talk back – a true chatty cathy! She also loves chasing after wands and laser pointers, and goes crazy for catnip!
Her favorite hobby is stealing Otis's food when no one is watching :) If you approach her slowly and offer her your hand, she'll nuzzle up to it and give you some sweet kisses!
Otis is more like a lap dog than a cat. He loves laying in any open lap, and is very friendly to everyone--even strangers! When he's happy, you know it because he purrs very loudly. And, he's happy very frequently! He'll come to your feet to get pet, then flop over after some back scratches. He really loves to play with wands and laser pointers! He definitely loves attention.
Otis has perfect manners and only gets a little vocal when ignored or hungry. Don't we all?! :)
Otis and Penny would love to find a home together. Would you like to meet them?
Please call Debbie, Jake's Place Adoption Manager at 415-548-0824 or visit http://www.jakesplacecatrescue.org.
Otis and Penny are considered a Courtesy Listing. We offer our services to help other responsible rescue groups or individuals find good homes for cats in need. We have screened and interviewed each of the individuals before agreeing to post their cats.
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