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Remy & Lexus   

In shelter Cat

Medford, MA, 02155
Pet name:
Remy & Lexus
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)
Coat length:
Hi there! Our names are Remy (2-year-old male gray tabby) and Lexus (13-week-old female brown tabby).  We are best buds! We are a very friendly and outgoing pair. We settle into our new environments very quickly. Remy is a big ham and will give in to Lexus when she tries to be the queen of the cat tree. Our foster mom adores us and says that Remy is just like a dog. He runs to her as soon as she starts feeding us dinner! We both love being petted.

Remy takes Prozac every other day for his anxiety. My foster humans dont know what triggers me, but I dont do well when I get scared. I need an experienced adopter who will learn my body language and understand that I dont like being pushed, even though Im really friendly. I love having Lexus around and she really comforts me when I feel nervous. I will need to continue taking Prozac until my life is more stable (the vet says ~1 year). I would do better living in a house rather than an apartment.

We are available through Kitty Connection in Medford. Please visit for more information.


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