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Ming & Cosmo (Bonded siblings)   

In shelter Cat

Boston, MA, 02128
Pet name:
Ming & Cosmo (Bonded siblings)
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
**IMPORTANT NOTE - these cats & kittens will be transported from South Florida to slightly outside Worcester, MA.  You must pick up in Worcester, MA or have a legal representative there to pick up.

Hello my name is Ming & this is my brother Cosmo.  We are in a very tough spot.  Our mommy just passed away & now our daddy has to live in a special home that does not allow us to keep him company.
We were the apple of their eye and were e so loved.  We were always looking spiffy and had our bow ties on in case someone came over.  You always have to look handsome.  We are best friends & can never, ever be separated from each other.  We are both very healthy middle age 9 year old chaps.  We love EVERYONE.  Dogs, cats, humans - doesn’t matter we love them.  We are the chill ones where nothing gets to us.  PLEASE help us so we do not end up in a shelter.  We still deserve a home & our daddy hopes he can get some photos of us from time to time.
Please help us. 
Adoption application is on Petfinder
** must be 25 years old to adopt
** must adopt in pairs or have a kitty at home 
** must not be your first cat
**please contact your vet to allow us to talk with them.


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