Liam and his brother Noel were pulled from a shelter at age 6 weeks. They were in foster care for 1 month, then adopted out together. After 2 1/2 years their adopter experienced financial problems and could no longer keep them safely so she returned them. They are both big, handsome, affectionate, sweet tempered, healthy cats. It took only 2 days for them to make friends with their new foster, to go exploring, and to accept her senior cat and her bunny and their place in the hierarchy. Liam is a bit shyer than Noel, but now they're both super loving in their new foster home. Since they've been together their entire lives, we would prefer to adopt them out together again. They're both neutered, up to date on vaccines, flea treated, dewormed, ready to go.
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