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!
Do you have the room in your heart for two big cuddly cats who eerily looks like two small fluffy bear cubs?
Cleo and Paul are both extremely affectionate and love nothing more than a good snuggle (with you and with each other). Cleo is more outgoing and will go to just about any length for a good head scratch. Her purr is crazy loud and you will know you’ve hit the right spot when her eyes start to close and her head starts to bobble. You could pet her for hours and she will purr the whole time! Paul is more subtle when it comes to asking for snuggles so he will sit patiently for his turn, glaring into your eyes the whole time to make sure you don’t forget about him. He is usually very quiet, but once your focus turns to him, his purr will echo across the room. If you are settling in to watch a movie on the couch, you should expect Cleo to plop down on one side of you and Paul to plop down on the other. They know this is the ideal way to get cozy and get head scratches at the same time!
You may think if you adopt two cats you will need two of everything, but have no fear! Even if you bought two cat beds, they will find some way to shove their big bodies into one bed so they can be as close to each other as possible. It’s truly incredible how much they love each other’s company! They are both very tidy and litter trained. As you can tell by their pictures, they also both love to eat so they’re currently on a metabolic weight loss food until they shed a few pounds. They will both happily chase a string and bat around a fuzzy mouse toy so a couple sessions a day of playing with toys should get them into tiptop shape in no time.
Apply right now to meet this cuddly dynamic duo! We guarantee you will fall in love with them at first sight.
Good with Cats?
Not tested with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Not tested with Dogs
Good with Kids?
Not tested with Kids
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