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Gypsy and Grey are a bonded brother-sister pair from a rural shelter on the eastern shore. They were dropped off at the shelter together without any further information. They're both very sweet and petite. Grey has cataracts and seems to have a little trouble with his vision but gets around just fine, especially with the help of his sister Gypsy. They're both gorgeous soft medium hair cats and are fully litter box trained, vaccinated and fixed. They don't mind dogs and would be a lovely addition to any home. They're estimated to be about 2 years old.
A message from their foster family:
So we've had Gypsy and Grey with us for a couple of weeks now and I can honestly say, these are some of the nicest cats I have ever met (don't tell our cats ... but it's true). Both love to be pet and picked up for a hug and never seem to stop purring. Grey is almost more puppy than cat, he likes to wrestle, and given the chance will jump on your back and give you a massage. He is active and loves playing with balls and mice (and helping hubby cheat at cards). Gypsy is a beautiful little lady who is very patient with her big goofy brother. She is calm and quiet and enjoys playing with Grey and being around people. She loves nothing more than to spend time with you, snuggling and purring. These two are a bonded pair and will make just a wonderful addition to someone's home.
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