Age: 4.5 mos
Reason for surrender: stray
Animal ID#: A31814164
#A31814162 - Amelie
#A31814164 - Venee
Meet Amelie (girl) and Venee (boy); born 4/22/16; Domestic
Shorthair/Tabby/mix, tan. They both have poly dactyl paws meaning they
have an extra toe which makes them so special.
Amelie is a sweet little girl who has gone from 1.80 lbs. when found to a
healthy 5.6 lbs. as of today. She has a great personality and is very
loving. She is a beautiful tan color with a sweet face. She meows but
most of the time she makes a chirpy sound which is adorable. She'll climb
up on your chest and gently give you her head for a kiss. Sweet, loving and
Venee is an adorable little guy who was 2.08 lbs. and is 5 lbs. as of today
and a happy little guy. He's a bit darker than Amelie and has a white nose
and white paws. He's sweet but tends to be pushy in a cute way when he
wants hugs and kisses. This makes me want to call him Mugsy.
They'd be terrific together or separately. They keep themselves occupied
for hours with each other, a plastic bag or material shopping bag or a
piece of lint. Not hard to please and funnier to watch than any TV show.
Whether you are looking for one new forever friend or a pair, these babies
will add so much to your life.
If you are interested in meeting these two lovebugs you can contact me (the
foster mom) at email@example.com and we can absolutely set up a meeting
at PAWS at Grant and Bustleton Avenue.
(posted by ST on 9-6-16)
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