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Facts about Sinatra & Johnny Cash
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Orange Or Red Tabby
- Age: Kitten
- Sex: Male
- ID#: Sinatra & Johnny Cash
- Hair: Short
Sinatra & Johnny Cash's Info...
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Sinatra and Johnny Cash are part of a litter of five kittens, who came into this world on April 18, 2012, three weeks after their mama was rescued from the streets of Richmond. Three of their siblings have since been adopted and now it is their turn to find their forever home. They have been raised around four other cats and two dogs (one large and one small). They are well-socialized. They love to give kisses, are playful, loving, curious, and love attention. Did we mention that they really love their belly rubs!!! Because they are a bonded pair, they will need to be adopted together.
Sinatra (orange tabby boy)
The bigger of the two, this little man already knows that he’s the boss. But under his boisterous nature lies the heart of a mama’s boy. He knows what he wants, when he wants it and will let you know with a demanding meow. But he is easily placated with treats and belly rubs.
He is the more adventurous of the pair but loves to watch TV with the family. His favorite toy is the feather wand and he tends to go through them quickly.
Johnny Cash (black domestic short hair)
Inheriting his big ears and slender face from his mama, the Cat in Black is not one that is easily missed. If he sees Sinatra getting attention, he is always the next one there, purring loudly to make sure that you notice him. Johnny is the more subdued of the two, preferring to get attention from his people than to explore the house. He is a very puppy-like kitty! He and Sinatra like to play rough and Johnny always ends up with the feather wand in his mouth, proudly dragging it around the house.
Both boys have been neutered, tested negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV and are current on all vaccines.