Julius (Orange) and Charlie (White and Black) are two loving and outgoing 2-year old young males. Julius is your typical awesome orange tabby, full of play and looking for a lap to snuggle. Brother Charlie is checking you out to be sure your lap is big enough for two. They will be adopted as a pair only to an appropriate indoor-only home.
Julius is an eye-catching very large, very orange tabby with orange eyes to match. He is very friendly when meeting a new person. He likes to hang out with people always staying close by. If he finds himself alone in a room he will let out some big meows to let you know he is lonely and wants some attention. He is very curious and likes to climb. And then there is CHARLIE: his handsome white and black brother. He has a very short tail that curves like a hook at the end. He is shy at first but once he gets to know you he is very friendly. He likes attention and will roll around on his back and meow until you rub his belly. Once he has befriended someone he will stay close by. He is a talker making various sounds as he investigates the house. A wonderful pair that will make YOU feel like you won the lottery!
For more information on meeting and adopting this kitty, please fill out a pre-adoption application under "ADOPT" on our website at WWW.CATSCRADLERESCUE.COM . Your information will be forwarded to the foster parent for follow-ups and meeting arrangement.
The Adoption fee is $150 for the pair and the love is priceless! The adoption fee Includes spay/neuter, microchip, worming and flea treatment, current vaccines, vet exam and free 30-day insurance offer. These boys have both been tested negative for FIV and FeLV.
Cat's Cradle is an all-volunteer, non-profit foster-home based rescue serving Oregon cats who need new homes. 100% of your adoption fee goes to provide for the medical and physical needs of the cats in our care. We invite you to become a foster parent and experience the great satisfaction of helping a cat or kitten in need.
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