This is our odd couple, Beauregard and May. Beauregard, also known as Bo-Bo was found in a neighborhood by a cat feeder who knew he needed some TLC. He had a long road of surgeries and is actually in kidney failure. Beauregard eats special food and takes a twice a day supplement that he looks forward to because he gets a Churu with it.
We introduced May to Beauregard several months ago and the bond they have created is adorable. May is a young kitty, almost a year old, that just never really felt comfortable with humans. She loves other cats though, especially her Bo-Bo. May squeaks when we enter the room, and becomes equally excited when Beauregard gets his medicine, because she usually gets half of his treat. May has brought youth and playfulness to Beauregard. She cuddles with him, they play with each other, and we think they genuinely enjoy one another’s company.
We know these two may be an odd couple…Beauregard is an old senior with kidney disease, he’s shy, quiet, gentle, but sweet. May is rambunctious, scared of people to an extent, doesn’t like being pet, but is a great companion kitty to others. They have their issues and that’s why they need special people. There’s a home that will accept their idiosyncrasies, we just need to find it. These two will do best in a laid back, quiet home.
We are offering a special adoption fee of $50 for this pair. Beauregard will also come with some of his necessities to get you started.
Both kitties are up to date on vaccinations, spayed/neutered.
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