2 for 1 Special! These boys must stay together!
Skipper & Kayd are approx 4 yrs old (born 2013) male purebred Seal Point Siamese cats. They are up to date on vaccinations, house trained, and neutered.
Skipper and Kayd were abandoned when their owner moved.
Kayd was living outdoors for 2 months until some caring neighbours were able to trap him and surrender him to MAR. He was very scared and shy when he arrived; he spent most of his time hiding in closets and under beds. He now spends most of his time around the house; he is still shy but will allow himself to be petted occasionally. His favorite time of day is evening treats. He enjoys sleeping in his own bed.
Skipper was found living in a boat after 3 ½ months. Like Kayd he was fearful and hid most of the time. He has become social allowing his foster to pet him and will get up and sit beside her on the couch. He likes to have his ears and neck scratched.
When Skipper arrived Kayd was very excited, they enjoy each other’s company and are usually together.
They will need an experienced cat family with time and patience to gain their trust and affection. They are good with dogs and cats. They would do best in a quiet home without young children or other pets.
*Though our volunteers try their best, we cannot guarantee that any rescued animal will be a perfect match for each resident, child, or resident pet in every foster/forever home.*
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2 for 1 Special: $175
*All adoptions include spay/ neuter, full vaccinations, rabies shot and a microchip.*
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