After knowing them for the past five months, it’s become abundantly clear that they swapped personalities. Brain is a dreamy, floopy kitten — more scatterbrained than anything — who seems to live in a world of his own creation. His motives, entirely pure, are always angled at getting all the cuddles all the time. It’s easy to oblige, as his fur feels like the smoothest, softest cashmere.
His brother and BFF, Pinky, sees his inevitable rise to power as good for the world, and not mere megalomania. He spins imaginative tales of fancy, "encouraging” Brain to play along with a healthy pounce here and there. Thankfully, Brain seems to thoroughly enjoy this time together.
These two brothers balance each other so nicely. They both love Da Bird or any toy which tempts their prey drive. Once they’ve played around and explored a new space, they love nothing more than a cuddle or a nap. Of course, Brain is always the first to the couch but Pinky’s never far behind. Narf.
- One odd obsession: They love LOVE to sniff you. Brain moreso than Pinky but if you’re on the floor, they’ll sniff you from top to bottom.
- One weird habit: Brain really likes to lick you, ever-so-lightly. He doesn’t even realize how cute it is. He’s just really into it.
History: Pinky and the Brain came to us at just a few weeks of age from Farmington Animal Control where it was thought that they may have a condition called hydrocephaly. We knew we had to help them and were so elated to find out later that they are completely typical cats with no special needs whatsoever. Pinky is white with dark grey/brown tabby patches. Brain is light grey and white. They are siblings and are around 6 months old. Both are males and they’d love to stay together.
They’ll make excellent lifetime companions and would be so grateful to hang out together with you!
Approx. DOB 4/21/16
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