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BOB (must stay with Helen)   

In shelter Cat

Pottstown, PA, 19464
Pet name:
BOB (must stay with Helen)
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Meet Bob and Helen, the super couple! They were dumped in a box with their two incredible children, Dash and Violet, who have since been adopted to their forever families.  Bob & Helen are ready to be empty nesters and claim their own place together.
Bob is the cuddliest, chillest cat you have ever met. He and Helen adopted three foster kittens in addition to their own. Bob was the parent they all surrounded and took an afternoon nap with.
Helen is the best mom ever! She nursed her own kittens until they were 15 weeks old & then told them to take a hike. She was almost called Polly because she would happy ride around on your shoulder like parrot!
Helen and Bob are taking the time to realize they were young parents, as they are both probably just over a year old.
Their temporary foster mom says they had been a JOY to have around the house, easily blending in.  However, they need their own home now, and they absolutely must be adopted together.  ? ??

Bob is very cat and dog friendly. His motto:  If it can be cuddled, it will be. Helen takes a little time to come around & looks to Bob for clues.
This bonded pair is great with well-behaved children & would be a perfect addition to your family.  Bob & Helen would also be good “starter” cats if you’ve never had the pleasure of being a servant to felines.  ?

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