Fudgee-O & Reo-Bear

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BONDED PAIR

 

Fudgee-O

Male – DLH Tabby & White, Est. DOB March 26, 2019

Reo-Bear

Female – DMH Black & White, Est. DOB March 26, 2019 Adoption Fee $297

FUDGEE-O’S STORY:

PLAY! PLAY! PLAY! I love to chase things and jump for feathers and string, I also love catnip. I dare you to try and outplay me but I don’t think you’ll win. My sister gets to play when she wants though and I’ll just watch her till she gets bored or tired and I’ll jump right back in. I’ll also go to her rescue when she calls because I’m a gentleman. Once I’m a little tired I’ll purr when I get shoulder scratches and will flop down for belly rubs.

REO BEAR’S STORY:

I LOVE LOVE LOVE bum scratches! Scratch me anywhere, I’ll even whine if I don’t think you’ve given me enough scratches. My brother always lets me have priority on food, toys, and cuddling. He’s the sweetest. I’ll call out to him so he comes to my rescue if I’m scared or if he’s just out of eye sight or just cuz I want to see if he’ll join me.

FOSTER NOTES:

Best of both world duo. They are both amazing cats. I can pick them up, play with their paws, scratch their bellies, play and cuddle. They are 1.5 years old and have a bunch of energy to burn. They learned really fast where the scratching posts were and the carpets to scratch. They are adventurous spirits however easily startled and will run back under the bed. They will be super brave and can be coaxed out in a couples minutes after a startle. My cat is an even bigger scaredy-cat and they respected her boundaries extremely well. Reo Bear might become a lap cat with some patience and her brother isn’t a lap cat yet but I can see as he grows older and a little calmer he will truly start to appreciate calming down on a warm lap. They are both affectionate little bears who could easily adapt to any situation. They are very skittish though so with young kids or a loud family as long as they have a safe place to run to they will warm up to the adventure.

 

OTHER NOTES:

These siblings are litter trained and good with cats. They are untested with dogs and would do best in a home with older children, or cat-savvy children. They are not lap cats but do have potential!

ADOPTION INFORMATION:

The adoption fee is $297.00, which includes a veterinary exam, first set of shots, deworming, spay or neuter and microchip. The adopter will be responsible for the second set of shots if they haven’t been administered yet. If you are interested in meeting one of our fosters, please visit our website www.helpcats.ca and complete the Adoption Interest Application at the following link: https://bit.ly/2wLiET5. Once your completed application is received and reviewed our Adoption Coordinator will be in contact within 24-48hrs. If you have not heard from us in this time period please check your SPAM folder. Sometimes our emails end up there.