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RINGO & ROXY (BONDED brother/sister PAIR)   

In shelter Cat

Fitchburg, WI, 53575
Pet name:
RINGO & ROXY (BONDED brother/sister PAIR)
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Tiger Striped)
Coat length:
Hi, I’m Ringo, a handsome gray and white boy looking for my furever home along with my sister, Roxy. My sister is the brown and white girl in the pictures with the beautiful marking on her face. We are just under two years old. We had been adopted at 3 ½ months, but our human sister developed severe allergies and asthma forcing them to have to give us back to Fisher Valley Felines. We have been together our entire life so we both need to go to the same home. We do get along with kids as our human siblings were 4 and 8.

I am a little more outgoing than Roxy, but she will be your best friend once she gets to know you. My favorite thing to do is lay on the cat tree and look out the window. I also really like playing with toys that have catnip in them. I am also a huge snuggle bug! I love sleeping with my foster mom at night.

Roxy is a little bit on the shy side. She likes to have me check things out for her first to make sure they are ok. Then once she knows it’s safe, she will come out to get pets. She loves to roll over and let you pet her belly. Roxy loves to play with toy mice!

We are still young adults and are very playful. We also both like to eat treats! I like them more than Roxy does and sometimes I eat all of them all on her. I don’t mean to, but they are just so good.

If you are looking for a set of good kitties, you have found the right pair. We would love for you to come meet us and maybe even take us home with you.


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