I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
I’m Dewey, brother of Hewey. You have to look very closely to be able to tell us twins apart – and I’ll give you a hint. Don’t look at our orange and white, round faces – we have such similar facial markings that you can’t use that to tell us apart. Don’t look at our body size and shape – we’re exact replicas in size and color. The secret is in the paws. In the paws, you say? Yes, look at the toes, specifically – ah, someone has a few extra toes. That’s me, Dewey – I’m what you call a polydactyl. Some people call them “Hemingway cats” because author Ernest Hemingway had a fancy for us extra-toed cuties. Hewey and I had a home, but the county needed to step in and find us another place. After a stint at the county shelter, we came here to FOHA and the FOHA communal cattery. Here we get to laze the day away while we await a new forever home. Not a bad gig, but I sure would like to find this “forever home” everyone keeps talking about. It’s where I’m assured I’ll get lots of snuggles, playtime, and love. I may even get to cuddle up with a special someone on the couch or the bed – at least that’s what I’m told. I sure hope I find that “forever home” soon.
For more information about me, or about FOHA's adoption process, contact my volunteer friends at 703-385-0224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.