I started out caring for Stanley and Oliver when their previous owner (I will call her Lisa) would have to go for stays in the hospital due to various injuries having to do with falls. Lisa is an elderly lady, but she bounced back every time. After a long stay in the hospital and me volunteering to house the cats until she got out she decided she did not want them once she got settled into her new apartment. So with me they have been since then. They are special boys that deserve the very best and I will explain why:
Let me tell you a little about these boys (They are littermates): Stanley is a beautiful, slender, black cat; I call him my mini panther. He is very friendly and does not shy away with guests coming to the house. He sleeps curled up next to my legs every night. Oliver is a rather large (He has lost weight since coming to live with me), grey tabby who loves sleeping a good part of the day. He's a lovable dude who does not like being held, but loves to be pet. He sleeps on my hand/arm every night, like my own, personal hand warmer. The boys will talk to you, but not to excess. I adore them. Despite less than ideal conditions where they came from, they use the litterbox faithfully and they are UTD on a check-up and vaccines.
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