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Gray Gatsby and Goldfish - bonded (Courtesy Post)   

In shelter Cat

San Jose, CA, 95112
Pet name:
Gray Gatsby and Goldfish - bonded (Courtesy Post)
Domestic Short Hair
Gray / Blue / Silver
Goldfish and the Gray Gatsby are a delightful and affectionate pair of bonded and well-matched teenage brothers. They were rescued from a construction site and bottle fed from the time they were just little stumbling handfuls of fur. Now they are friendly, curious, loving young cats. Maybe they think "what is yours is mine", but that is only natural when you are so extraordinarily good looking, self-confident and inquisitive. They are about 1 year old, and have been fixed and vaccinated. They are indoor cats but would enjoy a catio or maybe even a hardness, as they love to stretch and snooze in the California sun. Come to think of it, theyll snooze in sunny spots inside too, when theyre not checking to make absolutely sure all your groceries have properly been removed from the bag. (They provide the same helpful service for boxed deliveries.) They are very playful, but also appreciate the benefits of laps. The advantage of having two cats is that they keep each other entertained even while the humans are away, and so, often, cats in pairs are not much more work than singles, and they tend to be very well adjusted and happy.

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