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Coral and Bond James Bond (A-2838 & A-2840) Tuxedo Eaton Rapids, MI
- Black & White / Tuxedo, Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
- Smart, Brave, Curious, Independent, Athletic, Quiet, Dignified
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
- Good in a home with
- Other cats, dogs.
- Prefers a home without
- Adoption fee
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Meet Coral and Bond James Bond (A-2838 & A-2840)
Bond (B&W tuxedo) and Coral (tabby) had a rough start in life, born outside and struggling to survive as they became adults under those conditions. They are looking for an adopter who appreciates cats' true nature and a person who loves animals and animal behavior. They are awesome cats and come with some really interesting personality traits that are leftover from their days when they were on their own. Coral and Bond are EXCELLENT housecats- very well mannered (no counter jumping, scratching only appropriate things, and they have never had a litter box issue.) Because we are looking for the perfect adopter for them, we are considering them to be special needs. They will need someone who will be patient with them while they adjust to the major change of moving to their forever home, and their adopter will be someone who really wants to develop a strong connection with their cat friends by working with them every day to show them love and trust and what the good life is all about! They love each other very much, and all they really want is a warm, safe home where they can be themselves.
Bond James Bond is a male about 2 years old, and Coral is a female about 3 years old. Bond might possibly be Coral's son. Bond relies on Coral and follows her lead.
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**Suggestion: We typically recommend that when a shy kitty first goes home with you, they should be kept in a space where they can feel safe while getting used to the smells and sounds of their new home. A bedroom is the perfect example. Please spend lots of time with them so they can get to know you! This is the perfect time to give them treats, brush them, and play with toys such as wands and laser pointers. Once they have made themselves at home, feel free to open the door and let them explore the rest of their new home with you! This will set them up for success! Ask our adoption team for other ideas if you are unable to accommodate this type of space, or for more information about adopting our shy kitties.
*By adopting this kitty, it helps the SBZ Organization work on decreasing the over-abundance of kittens that end up homeless.
*Note: Because rescue cats do not come from breeders with specific backgrounds, the description is our best estimate of breed & is not guaranteed.
* SbZ requests that adopted kitties be taken to your private vet to be established right away as moving around can be stressful-even if it’s good stress- and cause reactions in their immune systems.
*If you have dogs and other kitties, please make sure to do a slow introduction so they can learn about each other.
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Coral and Bond James Bond (A-2838 & A-2840)