BONDED SENIOR PAIR, KID- and DOG-FRIENDLY!!!: Please meet Max & Ruby (FCID# 06/16/2009 - 173, 170). They are 10+ years old, and each weighs 17 pounds.
Max (Big Mac, black) is quiet and elusive during the day. However, he becomes affectionate in the evening and is a nighttime cuddler who would like nothing more than to curl up at your feet and watch TV. Max likes to be picked up and held.Ruby (Bee Bee, black and white) is a total purrball that loves attention day or night! She will even come when you hold out your hand and wiggle your fingers; she will maneuver herself to get petted wherever she wants, esp. those sweet sweet head scritches. Ruby likes to sit in the window and make noises at the birds and squirrels.Both cats have been raised in a loving home with plenty of attention, kids and a dog. They are gentle and don't bite or scratch. Max and Ruby clearly love each other very much!
Note: The family who adopted them as kittens in Aug. 2009 is devastated that they had to give them up, but there really was no other option. Max and Ruby are bonded and must be adopted together.
Max and Ruby are in our Willow Grove clinic/shelter would love to be in a home environment. Please consider fostering or adopting @ https://forgottencats.org/foster-a-cat/ or @ https://forgottencats.org/adoption-application/. Thank you! (Foster: Willow Grove)
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