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Ivan & Lennon   

In shelter Cat

New Richmond, WI, 54017
Pet name:
Ivan & Lennon
Russian Blue
Gray / Blue / Silver
Coat length:
If youd like to meet this bonded pair, please read their full profile.  Once youve done that and would like to move forward, we ask that you then visit our website to review our adoption process and requirements and schedule an on-site appointment.

Ivan and Lennon are a bonded pair of Blue Russian MIX brothers.  They came to us with heavy upper respiratory infections and some pretty gunky eyes but weve nursed them back to health and they are ready to find their furever home.  As they are bonded and have been kept together while with us, we wish them to stay that way and be adopted together.

Its hard to tell from their pictures but one is lighter gray (Ivan) and the other darker (Lennon).  These two are just adorable - they have bear-like faces and stocky little bodies.  Our staff have taken to calling them the little bear brothers.  They really are just the cutest things and so darn sweet.  Lennons pic is a little dark (and blurry) - he was sitting on top of a cage that was very close to the ceiling.  Why did we choose this particular picture then - because these two are movers and shakers when they are out and catching a pic of them being still isnt the easiest thing to do. In this case, we took what we could get.  :)

If you are looking for a pair of bonded brothers, please consider them.  They have so much love to give and would be a great addition to any family dynamic.  Come in and meet them and see for yourself just how awesome they are - and then, try and resist taking them home.  We bet you fail.  A happy fail, that is.

Ivan and Lennon have an approx. DOB of 4/10/2022.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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