Furrever home needed for the sweetest pair of orange brothers (turning 1yo in June). Still very kittenish but also well-behaved (no curtain-climbing, litterbox-training, etc. to do -- just lots of love and a decent amount of responsibility needed).
Meet THUNDER and HOTROD who lost their home last week. They are extremely friendly and long to be members of a family. They are both well socialized but definitely different personalities:
THUNDER is the bolder one -- enjoys being around people, pettings, brushings -- but he is assertive and does not want to be picked up or held -- he's a big boy and can walk on his own, thank you! ;) Now that he learned about the string toy, he is absolutely infatuated with it!
HOTROD appears more timid (he will hide when I am entering the room) but he will also happily explore the house; he comes to anyone with an available hand to pet and he can be picked up and carried. He also loves to play and enjoys catnip toys!
They look very similar but you can totally tell them apart: THUNDER is a little darker, has a shorter tail, coarser hair, and a square jaw. Though they've lived together their whole life, they seem well-adjusted and confident enough that they could be adopted individually if there is no other choice.
(We did not want to rename them, their new family can do that - they don't seem to be listening to their names, rather come to fingers snapping or just because they want to check what's going on and be petted or brushed.)
They are neutered, FeLv/FlV Negative, and they're due for booster shots in November. Application, vet reference, and a small re-homing fee (which I will then donate to help others) required. ** FOR PIX OF THUNDER, PLEASE CHECK OUT HIS POSTING ON THIS SITE!!!**
These handsome boys are NOT at the Sanctuary! Please contact Foster Mom KRISZTA at 724-494-8037 or firstname.lastname@example.org to meet one or both of these sweethearts today!
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