Name: Grigio and Tahoe
Born: June 2016
Description: Gray and White Tuxedo (medium haired) and Black short haired
GRIGIO and TAHOE are bonded brothers who need to be adopted together.
GRIGIO has gorgeous long and very soft fur. His foster mom says petting him feels like petting a cloud! Grigio is a tad bit shy but once you hold him he's a snuggler. And when he falls asleep in your arms or on your lap his purrs up a storm - sounding more like a chainsaw! Grigio especially loves snuggling up with his brother, Tahoe. This sweet boy has never met a laser pointer he doesn't like - so pull out the laser pointer when he's playful and he will entertain you for hours!
TAHOE is a bit more rambunctious than his brother, Grigio. He plays long and hard! But when Tahoe is done playing, he crashes hard as well. That's when he likes to snuggle up with you or his brother. Tahoe also loves really vigorous petting - purring up a storm like his brother. This sweet boy doesn't like being separated from his brother and cries if his brother gets out of his sight - so cute! Tahoe also loves his foster family's dog.
These boys have been exposed to older kids and both do well with the energetic dog in their foster home. They came into our care after being found outside on a local farm as tiny kittens.
Please be sure to visit our website (http://www.spcanova.org/adoption/catlist.php) for details about our adoption policies.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ADOPT TO RESIDENTS OF NORTHERN VA AND WASHINGTON DC SUBURBS ONLY. PLEASE SEE OUR ADOPTION GUIDELINES AT WWW.SPCANOVA.ORG .
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