Meet Benny and Hunter, a sweet bonded duo looking for a new home.
Here’s what their friends at 4Paws Rescue Team had to say about them:
These two boys are looking for a new home due to changes in their current one. They are a bonded pair and need to be adopted together. This is what their current owner says about them:
“Hunter, who we normally call Brother, is a very sweet boy. He loves to cuddle on the couch with Benny. He has been such a good cat since the day I got him. He is a little on the shy side but just give him a few minutes, and he will warm right up to you. He tolerates my toddler very well, but I think he would be happiest in a home with no little kids. He is the more vocal of the two cats, but still does not really meow too much. If you are looking for a super sweet cat to lay on the couch and take naps with you, this is your guy!
Benny (in front) is the king in the house. He loves to play with Brother and drop down in a patch of sunlight on the carpet and take a nap. He usually comes out to greet new people to ensure the coast is clear for Brother to come out. He is a bit of a piglet and always looking for snacks. I would not leave an unattended plate around him! He loves sneaking under the covers to take a nice long nap. He does not tolerate my toddler as well as Brother, but we have never had an issue. Again, I think a home with no little kids would be the best fit.”
Hunter’s estimated birth date is March 2014 and Benny’s is April 2015. They are neutered, current on vaccinations, have tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and are microchipped.
Will you, Benny and Hunter make the perfect trio?
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