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Staniec & McFarlane   

In shelter Cat

San Luis Obispo, CA, 93405
Pet name:
Staniec & McFarlane
Domestic Short Hair
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Here at the Cal Poly Cat Program, many of our volunteers are animal science majors- and those animal science majors love their professors!! These two kittens are named after beloved professors, Dr. Staniec and Dr. McFarlane. 

Staniec and McFarlane are siblings by chance and best friends by choice!! They run around and play all day long. This pair are super bonded and so much fun to play with. 

Staniec (tortoiseshell female)  is very spunky and playful. She is a talkative little girl with so much to say! Staniec is a curious soul and loving as well. Last but not least, she LOVES meal time. If youve got food, youve got Staniec!

McFarlane (tabby male) - McFarlane is shy at the start and can be more on the timid side. He takes a minute to warm up, but once he does he turns into a love! He is very playful and spends a lot of his time playing with his sister, Staniec. When you inevitably win him over, he will be asking for pets and snuggles. McFarlane loves it when you pet and massage behind his ears!


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