Patch is a mainly black and yellow-patched cat, with a yellow patch on her right eye. She is approximately 1.5 years old and average size (just right for cuddling). She is very loving and affectionate, definitely a lap cat. She is litter trained and "goes" outside too, has lived a mix of inside and out but prefers mainly inside (probably because of searing TEXAS heat outside).
Patch has awesome manners and does not eat (or try to steal) table food. She cuddles with you when you are sitting down and is talkative and funny. Her personality is fun-loving and curious. Patch has been with all age children and does very well with them as well as adults. She doesn't have an ounce of mean in her. Patch has also been with dogs (a Chihuahua, a lab, a poodle mix and a pit bull lab mix). Her best bud is Blondie but she is good with other cats as well. She loves catnip and stuffed cat toys.
Blondie is Patch's sidekick. She is a tortoiseshell cat with beautiful yellow eyes and light yellow coloring overall. She has a yellow patch on her left eye and an adorable face. She is affectionate and inquisitive, loves toys and boxes to play in. Her personality is very calm; she is a purring-machine. Blondie prefers to spend the majority of her time inside, with occasional outings in the backyard. She also has been around dogs and other cats, and adjusts very quickly to new pets. She has been around many children too and loves them! Blondie is a peace-loving, fun-having kinda gal!
I recently went through a move from a 3-bedroom 2,500 sq ft home to a very small 700 sq ft apartment, and can no longer keep them. The space is too small. I also work full-time and am rarely home to give them the attention they need. It completely breaks my heart to let them go, but I feel they need a home that will give them the love, attention and care they need and deserve.
Patch and Blondie are sisters and best friends. I would like to find them a home where they will be taken as a pair. They have become very close, and keep each other company, as well as entertain each other. Their personalities absolutely complement each other, and you won't regret taking them together. Everyone that has been to visit me has loved them.
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