Please contact Laura (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
Chip and Dale are young, bonded brothers who were found together as strays. They are almost identical brown tabbys and we had to put colored collars on them to tell them apart.
At the shelter, they were inseparable. They wrestled boisterously in the cage and then fell asleep in a pile. They were always touching and we promised the shelter staff that we would make sure they got a home together.
At their new foster home, however, they are proving to be much more confident and independent. They get along famously with all the other cats, the dogs, the bird, and the bunnies. They just love everyone and everyone loves them.
Chip and Dale are probably a little less than a year old. They are absolutely perfectly behaved kitties that would fit in well in any home. They are active and curious and always scurrying around looking for something new to play with or explore. They are also very loving and have the loudest purrs. All you have to do is pick Chip up and his motor starts.
In the pictures, Dale is sitting on the table (wearing the purple collar) and Chip is sleeping with our little kitten, Maxwell. (Chip is wearing the blue collar.) Maxwell is very lonely and he follows them around like a little brother.
If you're looking for sweet, fun, matching kitties that will provide hours of laughter and loving, these two brothers are perfect.
Chip and Dale are scheduled to be neutered this week and finish their shots. Chip also has a bit of an eye infection that we're treating. They will be ready for their new home very soon.
The adoption donation for Chip and Dale is $150 for both of them. This will include their neutering, rabies and other shots, and FeLV and FIV testing.
The adoption donation for all our cats and kittens includes spay/neuter, 4-way vaccination (FVRCP), rabies, testing for Feline Leukemia (FeLV) and Feline Aids (FIV) and, in some cases, a microchip.
Small animals are free of any visible signs of illness and, to the best of our knowledge, in good health at the time of adoption unless otherwise specified. Ages are often approximations.
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