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  • Bonded Pair with Galaxy
  • AARCS ID# A23521251
  • Female
  • Cat
  • DOB: August 2014
  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Shy


Photos courtesy of Alexei Chernenkoff Photography

Do you have a warm, safe home for these 2 shy sisters?

Galaxy and Moon are sisters first adopted out by AARCS 1.5 years ago. Unfortunately, their forever home was not forever and circumstances not of their doing brought them back to the AARCS shelter. These beautiful, sweet-natured girls are bonded and have never known life without each other. They sleep together, play and chase together and hide from things that scare them together. They have taken over a spare bedroom and love lounging on the bed in the sunlight.

Galaxy and Moon are very shy, but the introduction of a new AARCS kitten in the foster home has done wonders to help bring them out of their shell. He loves to join in their chasing games and they have accepted him readily. Moon is the more adventurous of the two and one can spot her investigating the kitchen and living room. Galaxy has a fascination with showers and sits in the bathroom while the shower is going (hope you’re not shy!). Galaxy doesn’t like to have Moon out of her sight and occasionally you will hear a “meow meow” where are you cry.

Both lovely girls are accepting of other cats but have, as yet, not been dog tested. Due to their shyness it would probably be best if no small children were about. They would not claw or hurt anyone but loud noises and sudden movements would be very scary to them. This duo needs a loving and accepting home that will be patient while they make their transition. They are quite happy just being together but show great interest in us humans.

Please adopt these two sweeties!

  • AARCS_cat
    Good with Cats?
    Yes, Good with Cats
  • AARCS_dog
    Good with Dogs?
    Not tested with Dogs
  • AARCS_KidTested
    Good with Kids?
    Not tested with Kids
  • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
    Does this Animal have Special Needs?
    Yes, Behavioral Needs (Very Shy)