Cracker Jack is a mama's boy and is very bonded to his mom Nala who is a year or two older than him. Their rescuer wants them to stay together because they are so bonded. Cracker Jack will not tolerate other cats, and only wants to be with Nala. They should be the only pets. Both are friendly and were taken in from the great outdoors by a loving family that already has a household of cats. These cuties may be shy at first, but are quite loving once they are comfortable with their environment. Nala takes a while to warm-up and she will still run at sudden movements, but we know she'll come around in time. This pair can be indoor/outdoor as that is what they are used to, but they actually prefer to live on their foster's screened porch, and will also stay inside. Please consider giving this duo a loving home. Call/text (561) 236-7882 for more information or to arrange to meet them. Please do not call or e-mail A.R.F. about them as they are not in our care. We are just trying to help them find a new home ASAP.
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