WE ARE A BONDED PAIR!
The cats featured on this page are those who are bonded to each other and must be adopted together. If you’re looking to double your fun then please consider adopting one of these dynamic duos!
Photos courtesy of Faces in Places Photography
“Hi! My name’s Zig and I’m a ninja ghost cat. You see, I didn’t have much contact with humans when I was little so I find it hard to trust people. I show my foster mom love by sneaking onto the back of the couch while she’s watching TV and head butting her and playing with her hair. By the time she turns around, I have magically vanished into thin air.
My biggest weakness is elastics. I will do just about anything to find an elastic to play with. My foster mom calls me the Elastic Bandit as they are always my toy of choice. If there is an elastic to be found anywhere in the house, I will find it and play with it!
My best friend in the world is my sister Zag. It’s always been the two of us against the world and I would be totally lost without her. I like other cats too, but because I’m timid I tend to be bullied sometimes. Even at feeding times, I tend to hang back and wait until everyone else has eaten before I try to get any food for myself.
I prefer to live a quiet life. Loud noises & fast movements can startle me so I need a tranquil place to call home. I know that I have a ton of love in my heart, if I could just find my special someone to share it with. I wish that a gentle, patient person would give me and Zag a home of very own.
Could that special someone be you?” — xo Zig
Zag is a beautiful shy girl whose nickname is Big Eyes. Most mornings her foster mom wakes up to find Zag cuddled up against her very sweetly. While she is nervous about being touched, she will let her foster mom pet her when she’s eating or relaxing on a cat tree. Zag absolutely loves food and will do just about anything for a treat, so the best way to her heart is through her stomach! She will often sit next to you begging for a tidbit.
You can find her playing by herself with her toy balls or wrestling with one of the other cats in the home. She has an interesting fetish for plastic bottle caps and when she discovers one, you can spot her zipping all over the house playing bottle cap hockey!
Zag and her brother Zig are very close and dependent on each other. They would love to be adopted together and will require a quiet, patient adoptive home who will work with them to gain their trust. These two sweet souls will make wonderfully entertaining companions for the person they fall in love with!
I’ve been in AARCS’ Care for over 1,050 days!
Good with Cats?
Not tested with Cats other than each other
Good with Dogs?
Not tested with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Not tested with Kids
Does this Animal have Special Needs?
Very shy and will need a home with lots of love and patience.