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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.
The cats have to be placed because the owners are going into an assisted living facility and can not take them with them.
The cats must be placed by April 15th because the owners are moving. If they are not placed by then, they will go to the shelter.
The cats are 9 years old. They are brothers. Their coat length is shorthair. The ears are straight.
Oscar's personality is shy and laid back. Marmalade is more outgoing. They are shy when you first meet them and once they know you, they are lovable. They get along well with small dogs. They are used to being around a small dog.
There are no health issues. They are up to date on their vaccines. They are both neutered and declawed.
They do not have to be placed together but they have been with each other all their lives.