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Charlie and Sawyer (Courtesy Post)   

In shelter Cat

New Baltimore, MI, 48047
Pet name:
Charlie and Sawyer (Courtesy Post)
Domestic Short Hair
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
These two brothers were found on the streets of Mount Clemens when they were about 5 weeks old with their other siblings. The others have found their furever home. Charlie and Sawyer are looking for a home together. They are approximately 10 months old.  These two will melt your heart. They love playing together along with finding the best napping spots in the house. They both love to cuddle with their foster family as well. They are neutered and up to date on shots. When Sawyer went for his neuter appointment they found a deformity in his ribs called Pectus Excavatum. He has been to the vet and we were told that surgery is not a option. As he grows the ribs have also grown. The only noticeable difference is that he is a little smaller then Charlie. . 
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