Percy and Golden are still the main pair in the cathouse. Other than those TWO, just about any other combination of TWO would work. All of the cathouse cats live TWOgether. If you need convincing about what a great idea it is to adopt TWO TWOgether, take another look at some pairs that have gone before (first TWOsday in February) Now here is a word or TWO about some kitties I haven’t talked about much this month.
Frosting (named because she reminded us of cupcake frosting when she was little bitty) is the cat you want if you’re looking for action. She plays; she demands attention. She bites chins and leaps from furniture onto your shoulder. It is ALL in love, there’s not an aggressive bone in Frosting’s body. In fact, she’s never even shown any aggression towards another cat - never a spat or hiss or smack. And she is absolutely not aggressive towards people. But you’ve got to be ready for WILD LOVE with this one. Kisses are bites. And being with you means at any cost - she will leap onto you. Is there a special somebody out there who would love to receive some WILD LOVE?
Mitts (left) and Wild Love Frosting.
Tulip. Well, you already know about Tulip. She probably needs a home without other cats. She isn’t really nice to the other cats in the cathouse. Of course, Sparkles had a problem with other cats, too, but Kat and the Teenage Ninja Horde adopted Sparkles anyway and she is now a beloved member of that family (other cats and all). So I know if the right family took Tulip, she maybe could become a kitty in a multi-cat group. She adores people. She still plays with toys. She’s a doll except for this attitude with other cats - catitude.
Halo. Halo may be too shy to go to a home at this point. Or it’s possible that there is a wonderful somebody out there who would give Halo not only a home, but all the time she would need to adjust. If you’re a person who is not looking for what YOU will get out of a new family member, but rather what you can GIVE to a needy cat, Halo could be your girl.
Halo (left) sharing a meal with Cashmere.
Spritz, unfortunately, has regressed some. I guess we’ll hold on to her for a while and see if she miraculously comes around - like Circe did. I know it’s possible for Spritz to become adoptable because nobody here thought Circe would EVER be ready for a family of her own - and now it appears that she is.
Circe (this is her favorite blankie).
The theme of today’s post is TWO kitties going to the same home. TWO TWOgether. And that would be the best thing ever. But any one of these sweethearts getting a home, with another or as a single, would be WONDERFUL. My Second Blogoversary is coming up in March. I’d love to celebrate with an adoption announcement.
And I just have to post this picture again. All of the floofy kitties together. That's Circe, Cashmere, and Glitter.
Tomorrow we’ll start tying up the last of the second-round brick stories. Because in March, we’re going for round three.
Have a great TWOsday.