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These two adorable tabbies are brother and sister. From the previous owner: "Three or four years ago I trapped a sibling pair of short-haired feral tabby kittens in my elderly mother's yard. I took them to Humane Society and had them spayed, neutered, and vaccinated for the $10 fee, (their ears are notched). Then I brought them home to let them recuperate in my home library. They stayed. I have since had them vaccinated at least twice and have fed them and loved them. They were only about 8 or 9 weeks old when I trapped them. There were two other kittens in the litter, but a woman in the parking of the Humane Society took them from me. She was the one who told me about the program. "The brother and sister, whom I have called Ralph and Ruby, are attached to each other and often sleep together, though the male is more dominant and sometimes is territorial with his sister, particularly when it comes to a lap. Ruby is a bit smaller, is very shy and is fearful of being picked up, but she is extremely loving and in need of affection. She will follow me around in the yard, meowing. She will put down her ears in fear, while trying to be really close. Her fur is a beautiful black/silvery color and is exceptionally soft. She has beautiful eyes. I call her Ruby-With-The-Emerald Eyes. "Ralph is outgoing, confident, and friendly. His coat is more of a golden-tan hue. He has never acted like a feral and even as a very young kitten would try to enter my mother's house, fearless, friendly, and demanding. They are a lovely pair. These two tabbies would probably do very well as the only two cats in a household. They would keep each other company when no one is home. They love to cuddle up to me when I'm quilting. I have only let them in the house a few hours at a time. They have never been litter-box trained, but have primarily been outdoor cats. "We had a house dalmatian until last year. The cats would not try to get in the house, in fact, they were quick, knew how far and fast (or not) the dog could run. The dog died, however, so now they are always trying to get inside when I come and go. My point is, they have been around a dog, observing constantly from the patio or roof, usually, just out of the dog's range, cautious, but unafraid. They might possibly adapt to a dog, depending on the dog. I've seen these cats eat out of the same dish with a neighborhood feral cat as well as with a possum. "These two love to be inside, but also fend well for themselves outdoors and love to lay in the garden, on a rock, or on the roof." In the shelter, Ralph has been quite friendly, asking volunteers for attention. He tolerates the other cats ok. Ruby has been very shy and has been hiding; now that she has been temporarily put in a smaller place, she is doing much better. She is sweet and gentle. Please email to meet these two!
Breed: Tabby - Grey
Petfinder ID: 13515999
Pet has been spayed/neutered
Town Cats | Morgan Hill, CA | 408-779-5761
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