Big Bear (right) and Little Wolf (left) are two rambunctious brothers! They love to take naps together, play, and attack anything that even thinks about moving. Bear is more adventurous and independent. He loves to explore and will get into anything and everything! He’s a wonderful big brother to Wolf and is sure to make sure the coast is clear when they want to get into trouble. Little wolf may seem more of an introvert but don’t let that fool you! When play time comes around he is as wild as they come! Wolf loves nothing more than to snuggle up on a lap, chest, shoulder…really anywhere and get in some solid purring time. He may try to be tough when playing with his big bro but at the end of the day he’s there to purr you to dreamland. Both boys have a great appetite and love making new friends! At the end of the day there is nothing I love more than getting home, walking inside, yelling “Kitty Babies!” and seeing them come galloping out to greet me! They would make a lovely addition to a home that is ready to spoil them rotten and play with them for hours on end!
All of ours cats have been Feline leukemia and feline aids tested negative, spayed or neutered, vaccinated with FVRCP and FELV, rabies vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped. Big Bear has an adoption fee of $75.
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