Meow! My name is Pelli and Koko
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Pelli and Koko's Info...
Rescue Group: Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue
|Breed:||Abyssinian||Color:||Tan Or Fawn Tabby||Age:||Adult|
Pelli and KoKo
12 Year Old Brother and Sister Ruddy Abyssinians
Must be adopted together
Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue is helping facilitate the placement of these cats. We take no responsibility for these cat's health and medical records. It is the responsibility of the owner and adopter to discuss this.
Pelli and KoKo's owner became unable to care for them about 2 years ago due to Alzheimer's and other health issues. They were taken in by the owner's niece who unfortunately cannot keep them as she is moving out of the area. Pelli and KoKo were purchased as kittens from an Australian Abyssinian breeder. The breeder knows what has happened in these cats lives and knows it is not in their best interest to fly back to her in Australia. Their caretaker has all breeding information for the new owners. They were born March 2000.
In Pelli and KoKo's original home, they shared their space with a Maine Coon cat and several dogs, so other animals in their home should be no problem with proper introduction. THEY DO NEED TO BE PLACED TOGETHER. These cats are very friendly, very gentle, playful, communicative, and EXTREMELY affectionate, in other words, everything an Abyssinian should be.
Pelli, the male and larger of the two in the photos, is neutered and weighs approximately 10 pounds. He has a history of crystals in his urine, but his condition is well controlled with prescription Hill's Feline C/D canned food and he urinates normally. Pelli is a lap cat and loves his tummy kisses. He is up-to-date on his FVRCP vaccinations (due 5/14).
The female, KoKo, is spayed and weighs approximately 6 pounds. KoKo loves her toys and sleeps under the covers of caretaker's bed. She is up-to-date on her FVRCP vaccinations (due 5/14).
We know there is one of you reading of Pelli and KoKo's plight and is thinking that you could give them a home. Just look at their faces and ask yourself if you can leave them where they are without giving them the love you are feeling for them at this moment. Can't you imagine these cats sun-bathing in your window (their favorite activity), Pelli sitting in your lap and KoKo sleeping with you? We have seen over and over those of you that are called to give senior cats a loving home for their senior years. Is that you?
If these cats are calling to you, call Karen at 707-301-6425 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org