Milo and Domino (DOB approximately 5/10/16) came to Little Orphan Angels through a Good Samaritan. They originally lived in a very rural area outside the Metroplex and were left on their own after their mom was killed when they were about 4 weeks old. It was obvious they would not live long without intervention - the boys were skinny and had the worst flea infestation their foster mom had ever seen!
Fast forward to today. They are funny, comical boys who love to snuggle, love attention and purr from the moment they are picked up. Both are playful, enjoying the company of other foster kittens, adult cats and a small dog. When they wind down, their favorite thing is to nap with a member of their foster family, but a nice comfy cat bed will do nicely if no one is available. Domino loves to sit and watch you shower (no, we don’t think that’s “stalkerish” at all lol) and will jump in if you let him. They’ve been raised with teenagers, but we think they would do fine in a home with children. Domino and Milo are “medium energy” boys and are not hard players. The brothers are a bonded pair, as they’ve always been together and Milo becomes quite distraught when he loses sight of his brother. These are sweet and loving boys that would make a great addition to most any home!
Please stop by and meet these boys most any Saturday at Petsense, 5615 Rufe Snow Drive in North Richland Hills or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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