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In shelter Cat

Middletown, NY, 10940
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Brown / Chocolate
Crab and Lobster are our adorable twin tabbys. Crab is the hesitant girl and Lobster is her more adventurous brother. While theyre both a bit shy with people, Lobster is starting to get more comfortable with being pet. We hope his sister will soon follow in his footsteps. Speaking of feet- these two have some interesting paws! Their front paws are deformed and only have two toes, making them look like they have crab or lobster claws, hence their names. They dont seem to notice, though. They play like any other cats. Their favorite toys are the ones that make noise, especially their little bird that chirps when they hit it. Both Crab and Lobster love Temptations treats, although Crab prefers fishy flavors while Lobster is happy with chicken or turkey. They love to cuddle with their friends and each other on the couch or in a sunbeam. They would be fine in separate homes, as long as they arent an only cat.

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