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Lorenzo and Oliver 

Cat | Male | Age: 7 and 8 | Himalayan/Bengal | Spayed/Neutered

Oliver the Himalayan: Oliver is the sweetest cat you could ever meet. He loves to be pet, brushed, and is fine with being picked up and held. Lorenzo the Bengal: Lorenzo loves to jump up on your lap and snuggle. He doesn’t like to be held or picked up, but has a very sweet and cuddly personality. He loves soft blankets and being pet. Both cats have calm personalities and and very sweet and tolerant with young children. The like to bat around the occasional bottle cap and chase laser pointers, but for the most part they calm. They are both strictly indoor cats. Oliver likes to try getting outside, so he needs to be watched around open doors but loves to lay in open windows.

Other Animals
The cats have lived together since Oliver was 2. Lorenzo was adopted at age 1 when Oliver was 2, and they have lived together ever since. They got along great. They have only been around dogs when visitors brought their dogs over, and the cats were very scared of even the calmest dogs.

Medical History
Both cats are neutered and have always been in good health. Not sure if they are up to date on vaccines as these were my grandmother’s cats and she passed away unexpectedly. Oliver had bad breath, and from what I was told, the bad breath is caused by plaque on his teeth that could be taken care of at a vet but is not necessary as he had no tooth pain or problems eating.

Ideal Home
Ideally, the cats would be adopted into a home without dogs. The cats are wonderful with children. They have been around all ages of children, babies-adult, and are incredibly sweet, tolerant, and patient with all.

phone: 6087452069


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.