Lambertville Animal Welfare (“LAW”) has several different pairs of cats up for adoption who are so attached to each other that the group is committed to finding them a home together this holiday season.
Willie and Princess Stinkerbell are one of these pairs, says the group. Willie is a handsome white cat with beautiful tabby markings who can only be described as a lovable goofball. Willie’s best friend is Princess Stinkerbell, a pretty brown tabby with touches of snowy white. She tends to hang back and let Willie take the lead when entering a new situation. Princess Stinkerbell is about six years old and Willie is seven.
Two other bonded pairs who are currently available for adoption are Apple and Ziggy, and Blade and Romeo. Apple is a striking brown tabby girl with large bronze eyes, who likes to sit on your lap as well as pets and belly rubs. She is completely bonded with her twin brother Ziggy, who is a “certified cuddle bug” and loves to sit on his foster mom’s lap. These two charming and friendly kitties love dogs and were born on July 4, 2014.
Blade and Romeo are two senior cats who have only two good ears and two good eyes between them, but make up for it with their intense love for each other and for humans. They were rescued from a tough life when they were thrown outside to survive on their own, and are now grateful to be indoors getting love and comfort while they wait for their forever home.
Romeo, eight years old, lost an eye to an injury and Blade, 13, is blind in one eye and has limited vision in the other. These disabilities don’t bother them at all and they love to be cuddled and petted.
Blade and Romeo are eligible for LAW’s Seniors for Seniors program in which the regular fee is waived, and all future health care will be arranged and paid for at LAW’s veterinarian. If in the future the senior is unable to care for his or her cat, the cat can return to a foster home.
Adopting one of LAW’s bonded pairs can double your enjoyment, especially when you see your new adoptees cuddled up together sleeping, or running around the house playing chase. Two cats will keep each other mentally and physically active by initiating play interactions. When you adopt two cats who are already bonded, you will ensure that your cats always have a companion available even while you are busy at work or need to leave them with a pet sitter during your vacation. And you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you provided a loving home that allowed two best friends to stay together forever.
All of Lambertville Animal Welfare’s cats are spayed or neutered, up to date on vaccinations, tested for FIV and Feline Leukemia, and microchipped. Find out more about LAW’s wonderful bonded pairs online, or by calling (609) 397-0461.