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Domestic Short Hair
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Prefers a home without
It was a happy reunion when two brothers, Lyle and September, were reunited at the shelter.. After rescuing Lyle off the streets late in December of 2016 we received a call in September 2017 from the concerned resident that there was another cat frequenting her yard and could we help. There was no doubt that these two were long-lost brothers. They are now together at the shelter and would love to find a home with each other Our socialization team has been working with these youngsters (now about 1.5 years old), and each day they are becoming more used to us two-legged folks. They still may be on the shy side, but they love to play, romp around the room, and enjoy their lives together. In a quiet home with someone who has worked with timid cats before, we feel their personalities will blossom as they settle in. 3/21/18 10:04 AM