Tux is a little girl, George is a boy. Their mom was a seal point Siamese who got lost on the streets of Greensboro. Dad was another street cat. They were born April of 2016.
Tux is a little girl, George is a boy. Their mom was a seal point Siamese who got lost on the streets of Greensboro. Dad was another street cat.
They were used to having people feed them, but are now learning how great it is to live inside where there is air conditioning, heat, and all the food and clean water they care to eat and drink.
They both love to play and they have great litter box manners. They are initially shy with strangers and would do best in a quiet home. Once they warm up to you, they are very affectionate. George likes to climb in your lap to be loved. Tux likes to be loved to but is not as much a lap cat. They both like to circle and brush all around your legs.
They are quite bonded to each other. And can keep each other entertained endlessly. They love to play and chase each other; and love playing with toys.
They are vaccinated, vetted, wormed, spayed/neutered, and are FeLV/FIV and heartworm negative. We would like them to be adopted together if possible, but might split them up for the right homes.
Adoption fee for the pair is $100
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