Meet TOKi and Tiësto, an adorable pair of kitties who are as fun as they are cute!
These 2 siblings were found in an abandoned home in Seattle and had no interaction with humans until coming to their foster home, where they continue to thrive with lots of socialization.
TOKi is a cautious gal who loves to play with her brother Tiësto. She is still shy around people but with the confidence of her sibling, she has come a long way! She will need a patient adopter who will give her space to feel comfortable in her new surroundings.
Tiësto is a real lovebug and purrs when you come in the room! His confidence has increased every day in his foster home, and he has become a super cuddler. He loves all toys, treats, and playing with his sister.
What TOKi and Tiësto are looking for in a home:
- They want to stay together forever and must be adopted as a pair.
- They’re new to indoor life with humans, so they need a kind and patient guide to help them continue adjusting. Loud noises, fast movements, and strangers can make them nervous.
- They have lots of kitten energy and will benefit from plenty of active play time.
- They need to live indoors only.
- They have no known history with dogs (other than seeing one a few times) or other adult cats but would likely due well with proper slow introductions.
-They have not been introduced to children so they will need slow introductions (especially TOKi).
All Alley Cat Projects cats are spayed/neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated prior to adoption.
Thank you for your interest in TOKi and Tiësto. If your household fits the above criteria, you can apply to adopt them by filling out this questionnaire: https://bit.ly/ACPAdoptionForm
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