Free pets are often given to people who neglect and abuse. Or can not properly care for pets.
She brought these sweeties home only to find her landlord would not allow them.
Huey the white one is deaf but that does not stop him nor does it keep him from interacting with all animals and being a super affectionate boy. He loves his brother too. There is no special care. Possibly be loud on your feet if he is sleeping so you dont startle him. But no biggie. He doesnt even notice.
Louie is fun loving and adores his brother.
Fully vetted boys. Negative fiv felv. 5 1/2 months old(Aug 20th)
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