We're Checkers and Domino, two adorable brothers working to overcome our shyness. Our pregnant momma was dropped off literally in the middle of the Sonoran Desert. Luckily, SOS peeps came to the rescue and trapped us to give us a safe life indoors.
I'm Domino aka Dot aka Button. You can tell me apart from my brother by the black spot on my nose. I'm a young male kitten looking for a forever home. I'm a little shy and like observing the on-goings from the top of the cat tree before engaging in play and cuddles.
My brother Checkers and I are inseparable and my brother Checkers takes great care of me and protects me. He's a real character, wants to be cuddled, and carried around the house. He also gives head butts and likes tummy rubs.
We both love to play with our toy (balls and strings) and like to chase each other up and down the cat tree. Also, we're very loving, have loud purr motors but a still bit on the skittish side since we have not been around humans for that long.
During the next weeks it is planned that our foster parents work with us on trusting humans and coming out of our shells to transform us into the best kitties we can be. Checkers likes to be in our foster mom's lap while I like to snuggle up right next to her. We eat wet and dry food, use our litter boxes and cat trees like champs; We're also good with our foster brother (an older male cat) in our foster home.
If you would like to meet us in purr-son, please contact us either by phone (520) 445-3889 or by email info@SOScatrescueAZ.org You could also fill out an adoption application, and you will be contacted about meet-and-greet possibilities.
Don't make us wait too long, we'll be all grown way too soon. Meow. ~ Domino
Our combined adoption fee of $200 includes:
*age appropriate vaccinations (FVRCP and rabies)
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