Meet Crash and Junior, two really special male cats who are in desperate need of a new forever home. Friends, this case is a heart-breaker. After roughly a decade in a stable home, these two beautiful and friendly boys were suddenly dropped off at an LA shelter, and all of their beds, blankets, toys and belongings were thrown in a dumpster. It was one of the saddest, most nonsensical cases I’ve heard of in a while. Fortunately, my friend Karen stepped in and grabbed them before something bad happened, and she is now fostering them. BUT, the clock is ticking on this arrangement, and we need to get these boys into their new forever home – or at least another foster situation – ASAP!
I have personally spent some time with these two guys and, let me tell you, they are a couple of cool, loving characters who would make a beautiful addition to any family… whether you are a single guardian, a couple, or family of any size.
Crash is 11 and Junior is 9. They’ve lived together in the same home since Junior was brought in as a kitten and are a bonded pair, so we’re looking to keep them together. Both are neutered, micro-chipped, up to date on vaccines, and have tested negative for FeLV and FIV. They’ve always been indoor-only cats.
Meet the Fellas… In Their Own Words!
Just call me “Mr. Personality,” because I’m a social, fun-loving guy who loves people. I like to greet folks at the door, am very vocal, and will look you right in the eye when you talk to me. I love to play with stuffed mice, strings, ribbons and, well, I just love to play in general!
I know I might look mean, but I’m a lover, not a fighter. I’m very mellow and love to be near people. I like to rub up against strangers and get a belly rub whenever I can. And if you lay down next to me, I’ll usually cuddle up near your chest and neck. I also like to “make biscuits” and get brushed, but my favorite thing is my cardboard scratcher!
As you might imagine, it’s been a confusing few weeks for us. We’ve enjoyed staying with our Aunt Karen, but we are ready to settle into our new forever homes. We are friendly boys, not too picky about food, and are pretty low maintenance. If you give us a chance and adopt us into your home, we promise we’ll be good!
For more info, or for any questions, hit us up on email: firstname.lastname@example.org. My assistant or I will get right back to you.