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Coriander & Thyme (bonded male and female pair)   

In shelter Cat

Germansville, PA, 18053
Pet name:
Coriander & Thyme (bonded male and female pair)
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
02/14/2022
Colors:
Brown / Chocolate
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Description:
Coriander and Thyme- would like to be adopted together since they have been together since birth August of 2021. It is hard to tell them apart just by looks. Coriander (Cori), a sweet but shy tabby female, likes to play and is food motivated. She likes to watch cat videos on U Tube. She would snuggle with her foster mom at night. Thyme (Ty), a tabby male, is more social than his sister and has become quite the nuzzler. They love to play together. He doesnt mind being picked up. When you just sit there, they both will come to you for pets and brushing, which they love. Adult home is best and should have shy cat experience.  They are not used to small children or dogs. 
They were in a foster home for many months, but now they reside at the shelter. 
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Spayed/neutered, shots, microchipped, FeLV/FIV negative.
Submit application: www.forgottenfelines.org.
610-760-9009 ext 2.  visitation is on Saturdays 12-4 or by appointment.

[7/26/22]
Forgotten Felines and Fidos, Inc. (610) 760-9009 fffadoption@verizon.net

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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