They are wonderfully affectionate, LOVE cuddling, and can think of nothing better than napping in your lap, or sharing your bed. Natasha melts into your arms like a wet noodle when picked up. Sam has been known to come running from the other end of the house to join in on the action when he senses his foster mom petting another cat. He is also adorably chatty when he wants attention, but not a nuisance yeller.
As you might be able to tell from her photos, Natasha rocks a pair of beautiful crossed eyes. This is likely due to some way-back-when Siamese ancestry, and does not in any way hinder her vision or mobility. They're just a cute bonus!
They are fine with older kids (over the age of 10), but should not go to a home with very young children. In their current foster home they live with several adult cats and a
mild-mannered dog. They are not particularly interested in the dog, but neither are they frightened by him. They would likely do fine with another calm, cat-tested dog.
Sam and Natasha are vaccinated, tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and are microchipped.
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