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Chevelle & Arashi 

Cat | Female | Age: C: 7 yrs old. A: 6 yrs old | Both: Domestic Short Hair | Spayed/Neutered | Up-to-date on vaccinations

Really would love them to go together, as they have grown up together. It will also help with their shyness. When I first got Chevelle, I was unable to even pet her for almost a year. Now, she will still with me and allow me to pet her. Still very skittish. Still Skittish. But when she finally warms up to you, she is a vocal, loving cat. She enjoys slow pets and to sit next to you on a recliner. Arashi. Can be pretty vocal. Loves pets, especially in the evening. Will let you know if her food is almost out.

Other Animals
Both cats currently live with 2 dogs. Prefer calm dogs. Arashi is more accepting of dogs. She has cleaned my dogs face, and allows my dog to clean her face and ears.

Medical History
Both cats were adopted from Humane Society in Maine as kittens. So are "fixed" and had all first shots. Arashi's nose does drip a bit when she is happy and purring. This is from being taken from her mother too young (we looked it up.) She is also a polydactal. She does have extra claws between her extra toe. These claws need to be trimmed at least every 2 weeks, as using a cat tree/ scratcher does not shorten them.

Ideal Home
Calm, patient home. Prefer no young children. Both cats are a bit skittish. Chevelle especially.

Physical Description
Chevelle is black and white. Smooth coated. Arashi is a gray tortishell. Fluffier coat.

Other Information
Will also give food, cat litter box (is a hidden one) cat tree and food dishes, ect.

phone: 2073171374


Please note that the animals in these listings have not been assessed medically or behaviorally. If you are considering bringing a new pet into your home, we strongly encourage you to request vet records and the animal’s full behavior history from the previous owner.