Wander and Wonder are beautiful, 3 year old, Siamese Mix, bonded brothers needing an Indoor Only home. Both have beautiful Siamese blue eyes. One is still a bit shy but they are both sweet boys. They were surrendered because their “Cat Mom” was unable to care for them properly as she was aging. They are a bit overweight at about 14 pounds but our shelter “Cat Caretaker” has them on a weight control food and that is helping…but they also need to get out of a “cat condo” and into a home where someone will play with them (exercise) on a regular basis to get down to a reasonable weight. Not many things are as much fun as playing with a couple of cats and knowing you are helping them get healthier at the same time! Their new person would need to work with their vet to determine the right plan for getting these boys into proper shape. They probably came from a very quiet home and would do best in the same type of environment, adults and/or only respectful older children would be a good place for them. They are both neutered, tested and up-to-date on vaccinations….just say yes, we will microchip them and you can take them home THAT SAME DAY!!!! They are anxiously awaiting your arrival!
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Available for $40 during this "kitten season". Please visit this pet at our shelter this week. We are located just behind the Wal-Mart on Hwy 411 in Madisonville TN. Tues - Friday 10:00-5:00 Sat 10:00-2:00 Closed Sunday and Monday (423) 442-1015 $40 adoption fee for cats and kittens which includes a microchip, spaying/neutering and first shots. Please visit our web site at www.friendsofanimalsmc.org or see our animals on www.Petango.com
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