Mouse and Squirrel are a bonded pair, female (Mouse) and male (Squirrel). Backstory: Late last April, we found Mouse begging for scraps outside of the Folks in Tucker. She was so friendly and flirty, but wouldn't let us get quite close enough to touch her, so we trapped her. We left her in a crate on the front porch for the first 36 hours to help her get used to the surroundings so she wouldn't just take off and disappear, and lo and behold, Squirrel showed up and hung out right outside her crate practically the whole time! They were instant best buds! We eventually were able to trap and fix Squirrel as well, but he was initially much more timid. Fast forward several months, and both of these sweet little Fluffs are friendly as can be- they love pets (and even enjoy belly rubs!) and just purr purr purr when you give them affection. I would love nothing more than to see this sweet bonded pair find a wonderful home TOGETHER.
Mouse is the lighter gray tabby and Squirrel is the darker gray. Mouse would be petite if she weren't such a chubbo, but she does love to hog the food bowl. Both are approximately 1.5-2 years old, fixed, fully vaccinated, and FIV/Felv negative. They will need a little adjustment time in a new home/with new people, but we are confident that they will thrive once given a little time and space! PLEASE SHARE these sweeties for adoption!
Age: 1.5 -2 years
Temperament: Gets along with kids? dogs? cats?
Vetting: Spayed and neutered / Up-to-date on vaccines
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