These two have been together with us for 6yrs, and had them since they were a few months old. They get along mostly well, and I'd prefer if they go together to the same home, if not, I'm sure they'd be okay on their own.
Grey cat - Ted is a male Russian Blue mix. He weighs about 16 lbs, so he's a pretty big boy. Thick, short fur with an undercoat that sheds a bit if not brushed at least once a day.
Typical cat in the sense that he'll love on you when he wants to, or accepts love but will let you know when it's enough. Has been around young children and he tolerates them as long as there's no ear/tail/fur pulling.
He likes to do his own thing. He likes to sleep at the foot of the bed most of the time, occasionally scratches on furniture if nothing for him to scratch on is nearby, and is a bossy boy all around (dominant in the house with our other male cat). He's been around dogs too and he's not too happy about them but after a while he gets used to them.
He has had bladder issues in the past so he eats the urine control formula. He's picky about his litter box being clean as well.
Overall, Ted is a big boy, that likes his space, but will play and love you. Also a great bug catcher!
Black & white cat - Barney is 3 months younger, and is the opposite of Ted. He is a quiet, shy little boy weighing about 12 lbs. Short, thin hair.
He loves to snuggle and sleep by people. He actually likes his belly rubbed and still kneads when he's happy. Loves kids and even doesn't mind my 18 month old patting him. He's not too comfortable around dogs though. Cries a little whenever they get too close (he can be a baby. Lol). Hardly ever scratches anything other than the scratching post, never had any illnesses or health issues, and sleeps pretty much wherever his people are.
Overall, Barney is a sweet little baby that loves on anyone. He is also the bug alarm whenever he sees something flying around, whereas Ted catches them most of the time.
All of their things will go with them to their new home to help make the transition easier for them. i.e. food, bowls, litter boxes, litter, toys, scratching posts, brushes, nail clippers, collars, leashes, etc.
Willing to travel in the valley for any meet ups to see if they get along with kids or any other pets, and/or to drop off at their new homes. I just really want to find them a loving home that will take care of them.
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