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 Paige Woodbury Photography
“I’m Siggy, outgoing and fun-loving kitty.
I was rescued with my best friend, Torstein (Tor). We were put together for a very long car ride and at the end of it, we were besties. We even got to go to a nice house together. Foster Mum let us have run of the house. I got to explore everywhere, even trying to get into closets and onto shelves. Tor let me do most of the exploring, she was happy to sit back and watch.
I love snuggles, almost as much as Tor does. She’s an expert snuggler. My favorite toy is a fuzzy ball attached to a string. I can keep myself amused or drag it around for Tor to chase after. If we get tired of the toy, we chase each other around. When we get pooped out, we curl up together in a chair, on the couch or on the bed together.
I’m an adventurous black kitty and I want to explore your house!”
“I’m Torstein, quite but lovable.
I was rescued with my best friend, Siggy. We were put together for a long car ride and at the end we were besties. We even went to a nice home together. Our foster Mum let us explore, but I was happy to let Siggy do most of it. I preferred to just sit back and watch. I’m happy to find a place to lay and just relax. But if Siggy gets playful, I will join in.
She has this toy, ball on string, and I will chase her when she runs around with it. I won’t take it away, I just like the chase. I can hold my own when Siggy decides she wants to wrestle around too.
I LOVE snuggles. I will come up behind foster Mum when she’s sitting on the floor and climb on her shoulder from the couch. I love chin snuggles, even if I don’t get pets, I can do it all myself.
I’m a snuggle bug and I want to snuggle at your house!”
Good with Cats?
Yes, Good with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Not tested with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Only tested with Kids Over 8 Years
Does this Animal have Special Needs?