found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
November, 2012, update: Dundee and his sidekick Robin continue looking for their “fur-ever” home! Did you need two affectionate, curious, active personal assistants? Did you need double the love, double the fun, double the entertainment value for the Holidays and beyond? Then look no further! Robin and Dundee, two young tabbies who still think they’re brothers, can’t wait to help you do all the things around the house that need doing, can’t wait for you to play with them, can’t wait for you to sit down to read your paper or watch TV so one of them can have a lap!
Despite a five week age difference, these two handsome young men bonded almost immediately, and they act like the brothers they think they are! Dundee is the classic tabby pattern, darkening to almost cinnamon, and Robin is the … uh … stripes, spots, and trying-to-be-a-bull’s eye tabby pattern, also darkening as he gets older. They don’t care about their coat colors, though, ‘cause they’re too busy playing, racing around, pulling out toys, chasing the kitty tease, and appearing wherever I’m working! They love being my personal assistants, helping me with most everything I do: sweeping, dusting, making the bed, washing, working on the computer or my desk, watching the news, opening mail… If you like cats everywhere you are, you need these two purring, affectionate charmers!
Dundee was dropped into a night box at a shelter when he was only three weeks old and still nursing, so he was bottle-raised by an experienced PPCR foster mom and very people-oriented. Robin was rescued off the streets when he was near five weeks old and, forever grateful, is a purring, happy companion. Both are good eaters, love their wet food, drink well, and are very good about their litter boxes. The boys will come to you tested, neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. They are fostered in Davis, CA. Contact foster mom, Kathy, at email@example.com.
*fawn is a special recessive dilution of cinnamon, itself a recessive trait of black, but both Robin and Dundee have been darkening with age.