I have a cat tree but it's a little older and worn. I have one brand new self-cleaning litter box, some toys, treats, wet food and dry food, two cat carriers and a scratch post.
I am looking to re-home my two amazing, beautiful male kitties. My life has changed drastically recently and I am no longer able to give them the kind of love, attention and home that they have had since they were kittens. Their names are Rocco and Zorro and they have bonded very strongly. Ideally, I would like to give them away together in order for them to adjust in a new home together.
Zorro is 7 years old - extremely soft black and white fur with big green eyes. He is an adventurer that loves the outdoors and chasing the butterflies around. He would make a good mouser for the cold months coming up and is good about coming in and going outside. He is extremely playful and goofy. He has a sassy meow when he is in the mood to play or is hungry. Likes to cuddle from time to time but is not his main focus. He is very loving and protective of his little brother, Rocco. I have often found him laying near the front door as Rocco and I cuddle and sleep in the other room.
Rocco just turned 4 years old. He is the lap cat, Garfield type. Big green eyes with white paws, beautiful brown, black and tan stripes. LOVES to love on you and eat wet food. I have to monitor his eating from time to time and keep him active because that boy loves to sleep and he's not fond of being outside like Zorro. Playing helps a lot and he is always finding a way to sneak up on Zorro. He has the loudest, calming pur and will look at you adoringly the entire time.
These boys have both been neutered, are current on their shots/vaccines and have been micro chipped. I have TONS of photos so don't hesitate to reach out for more photos and/or if you'd like to meet them. I appreciate you reading through this and hope to find them the best home that will care for them as much as I have.
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