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Chloe and Puffy
I hope you can assist in getting my two Scottish Fold beautiful cats adopted as I am moving out of the country. The sooner I can get the cats placed, the sooner I can move. Hopefully by the end of May.
I got Chloe from a breeder in California who was done having litters with her. She is the most affectionate animal I have ever owned, and I've owned many. She is a definite lap cap and will even put her paws on your shoulder and give hugs!
Chloe is probably six years old. The breeder did not give me any information on her for some reason except that she was recently spayed. She still had stitches when she came to me. Chloe is a long hair with folded ears. I have an eighteen month old daughter that drags her around by her fur, and Chloe seems to actually like it. Strange, I know.
She is spayed and up to date with shots. Chloe sometimes snores because of her smushed in face, but the vet said it is normal as I thought she may have a respiratory problem.
The next Scottish Fold beauty I need to adopt out is Puffy. I believe I received her through this website about a year ago. It seems Puffy has had many owners. She is about five years old. She is quite independent, and would much rather hang outside pretending to chase birds and lizards. Puffy is a long hair with straight ears. No health issues and also spayed.
A warning I did not receive when I adopted her was that she does not like litter boxes. She would rather go on the furniture if she is in the house. Therefore, she's been an outdoor cat and totally stays in the yard and is a very happy girl. She is shy, but one she gets to know you, she's a love.
My six year old, male, short-haired, neutered, Fold needs a new home within 3 - 4 months. Due to a major life change, I must relocate and cannot take my wonderful companion.
Ozzie is very sweet tempered and wants nothing more than to sit in a warm lap. He doesn't care for dogs and young children, but older ones are fine.
Ozzie is up-to-date on all vaccinations and he had a complete physical last week. He is in perfect health and I can provide paperwork.
Ozzie is loving and affectionate, perhaps to an extreme. He would like nothing more than sit on my lap for hours at a time were that possible. He likes to jump up to the top of a chair where I'm sitting and put his paws on my hair and cheeks. He loves to pet my face in the middle of the night and never leaves my side in bed.
Ozzie is not declawed, but doesn't scratch furniture. Instead, I gave him an old suitcase to scratch that he had preciously taken a liking to. It's kept in the closet along with an old wicker hamper he also enjoys scratching/ I have his claws trimmed every month.
Ozzie doesn't care for the sudden movements and exuberance of small children. When my grandchildren visit, I put him in the bedroom and shut the door. Ozzie is afraid of dogs. He would do best in a home where he was the only pet. Ozzie is curious and loves to play with toys that I swing back and forth. Catnip sends him to the moon.