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I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
The top picture is of Frazier and the picture below the writeup is Niles. No pictures of both of us together.
A Few Things You May Want To Know About Us Boys:
We love attention from people, love to be brushed and pet. We both will hang out in people's laps, and Niles frequently falls asleep in our foster mom's lap. Niles will let you hold him in your arms like a baby, but Frazier is not comfortable with being turned on his back. That doesn't mean I'm not a lovable boy!
We are littermates. We get along great and love to wrestle when the mood strikes. We get along well with other cats as well.
Frazier likes to talk when he wants something. Niles is pretty quiet. We are not afraid of dogs. We've grown up with a large, friendly dog who loves us. Put that on our resume! We've never been around small children, only teenagers.
We would love to be adopted together because as brothers we are very close, but if someone can give one of us a loving forever home, our foster mom will let us be separated. Call Mary Kay at 713-453-8621 and/or fill out an application at www.catsforlife.rescuegroups.org.
We're a lof fun!! We love to play with toy mice, strings and paper balls, but our favorite toy is anything with FEATHERS!
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