TO ADOPT: Complete an application at www.baltimorecats.org/application
DOB: estimated March 2016
Meet Little Girl and Dennis, two gentle souls who will sneak into your heart with their soft snuggles and purrs.
Growing up on the streets must have been extra hard for these two, since they’re both shy and sweet. In their foster home, they tried to blend into the background at first. They didn’t meow for several weeks. When Dennis was anxious, his sister licked him, comforting with grooming like their mother used to do. As they started to relax and feel safe, their personalities began to bloom.
Little Girl is the one who explores new things first. She loves following sunbeams from room to room and finding high places to perch. The cat who didn’t meow now chirps when familiar people come in, then rolls on her back for belly rubs. Her fur is fluffy soft, and yes, she still likes to groom those she loves (her brother, humans, and favorite toys).
Dennis is a dapper guy with a white nose, toes, and chest. His fur is very sleek. He moves sleekly, too, as if on guard for any threat. As he’s started to feel more safe, his tail has drifted upward from a tucked position to one that’s more relaxed. When happy, he leans against his person and gazes back adorably, upside-down with eyes half closed.
These two want to love and be loved. They just need that special, patient someone (maybe a fellow introvert?) who can appreciate their gentle natures and give them time to feel at home.
Since they're BFFs, they need to stick together as a pair. They'll do best in a home that's quiet, with no small kids or loud dogs to startle them. They’ve met a couple of other cats briefly and seemed more curious than afraid, not aggressive at all.
You can see lots more photos and videos of Little Girl and Dennis here: http://instagram.com/bmore_cats.
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