Now these two bonded brothers find themselves without a family to call their own yet again. In their foster home, they have settled in despite all that they've been through in their lives. Victor is sweet and gentle; he loves to sit next to his foster mom's daughters while they read stories to him. He prefers not to be picked up, but loves being pet and will share the couch with you. He loves toys, especially ones that dangle. Fred is a shy guy. He lets his foster mom's children pet and hold him, but is still a little wary of children and prefers to keep to himself when they are around. He has made huge progress in his foster home, from hiding all day, to sleeping and lounging all over the house. He gravitates towards people: when his foster mom holds up, he puts his head on her shoulder and doesn't budge. Once he is relaxed, he starts to purr happily. He is a lap cat and will even snuggle up in bed with you.
These two gentle beauties will need a home that's just as special as they are. Victor is in remission for his diabetes and it is currently being diet-controlled; both boys will need a quiet and loving home that will give to them everything they deserve and more. After everything they've been through, they need someone with a huge heart to open their arms up to them, hold them and never let them go. Email email@example.com if that heart belongs to you!
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