Tysons’ Pet of the Week is Boomer and Frisky, two fellas who were transported up from Texas after the winter storm earlier this year.
Here’s what their new friends at 4Paws Rescue Team had to say about them:
Meet Boomer and Frisky! They came up together from Texas when it was freezing over. Now they are best friends. It would be great if they could stay together as a pair.
Boomer is the orange and white big guy. Boomer is a talker and rather demanding of his attention. Boomer is very tolerant and would do fine with children of any age. Boomer is dealing with some allergies, but with half a Zyrtec a day, he’s fine.
Frisky is the younger brown tabby. Frisky takes a bit longer to warm up, but he is just as affectionate once he’s settled in. Frisky has made friends with his human foster brother, and is fine with older children.
Both are immensely sweet. They absolutely love being petted and will crawl into your lap to get affection. They follow you around and come out to greet you. They both enjoy being brushed and are tolerant of having their claws clipped. Neither of them are picky about food, and they both have great litter box habits.
Boomer’s estimated birth date in October 2017 and Frisky’s is June 2019. Both cats have been neutered, are current on vaccinations, have tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and are microchipped.
Are you, Boomer and Frisky the perfect trio?
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