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Pet of the Week: Odelia and Oprah

Tysons’ Pet of the Week is Odelia and Oprah, a bonded mother-daughter duo.

Here’s what their friends at 4Paws Rescue Team had to say about them:

Odelia is a quiet, unassuming little tortie mama who is quite happy to watch you go about your day as she confidently observes from her napping spot. Odelia has such a loving, gentle soul. She will greet you affectionately when you get home and purrs sweetly as you give her gentle pets and ear rubs.

A nice, comfortable perch with a good view is Odelia’s favorite spot in the house. She has a healthy appetite for wet and dry food, along with perfect litter box manners. Odelia is very easy-going and will happily play with toys. She is good with other cats.

Oprah, Odelia’s daughter, is a fluffy little princess who wants all the attention! When you come home, Oprah is always happy to greet you with little chirps. She is outgoing, adventurous and full of curiosity. She has an abundance of energy and loves to play. Oprah’s favorite spot is near a window with a nice view, as she is an avid bird and squirrel watcher. This petite girl is always ready to explore!

Oprah is tidy with the litter box and enjoys both wet and dry food. She really loves her mom, but is fine with other cats, too.

Odelia and Oprah love to snuggle and play and have a tight mother-daughter bond, so they must be adopted together.

Odelia and Oprah came to 4Paws from Wise County Humane Society in southwestern Virginia. Odelia’s estimated birthdate is January 2017 and Oprah’s is July 2019. They have both been spayed, are current on vaccinations, have tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and are microchipped.

Are Odelia and Oprah your perfect match?

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