For more information about Reba and Clarice or if you would like to meet them in their foster home, please submit an online adoption inquiry form or call Joan at 651-705-6264.
Forty-five miles isn't a long distance to find your soulmate... if you were human. But to a cat, that distance can be as far away as the moon.
Clarice is from the streets of North Minneapolis. Reba is from a farm in Zimmerman, MN. The two lead lonely, scary lives until they met each other in foster care. Spend two minutes with them and you'll definitely see what it's like when two soulmates find each other.
Clarice was petrified to be in a house and spent the first three months hiding in a corner. Reba was inconsolably angry to be inside. She wanted to be back on her farm, however that farm was dangerous with some animal (coyote, fox, dog) eating the barn cats. Once the two met each other in their foster home, they clicked instantly. Love at first sight. They're now inseparable, always curled up in their heaty bed together. Reba helps guide Clarice and gives her confidence. Reba gives Clarice strength. Clarice gives Reba softness. The two together have brought out the best in each. Reba is now sweet. Clarice is now sure of herself and her surroundings.
Reba is the strong, smart, silent one who loves to be petted and have her nose kissed. Clarice is the chatterbug, particularly at meal times, and loves tushy rubs.
The two are an extremely bonded pair and must be adopted together. To learn more about Reba and Clarice, submit an online adoption inquiry form or call Joan at 651-705-6264.
The total adoption fee for the pair is $220.
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