|Name||Banjo and Brave|
|Breed||Domestic Short Hair|
|Color||Tabby (Orange / Red)|
|Attributes||Spayed Neutered House Trained Declawed Special Needs Shots Current  |
|Environment||Children Dogs Cats  |
|If you’re looking for a kitty who loves to cuddle, play, and keep you company on the couch, why not TWO OF THEM? Banjo and Brave are an incredibly sweet pair of brothers with lots of personality looking for their forever home!
Banjo and Brave were part of a litter of kittens found under a deck and spent some time with a foster before being moved to our cattery at Petsmart, but after spending three months there trying to find a family, they needed a break and moved into their current foster home. They were very shy and timid at first, and spent the first few days hiding, but have slowly come out of their shell!
Banjo is, ironically, the braver of the two and loves to play and explore! He’s a nonstop purr machine and sometimes all you have to do is step into the room and you can hear him start purring! Sometimes he’s so happy to be around his favorite people he makes little biscuits when he walks, and he’ll happily curl up with you in bed at night! He loves making kitty friends and is best friends with his seven-month old foster brother Zevran. He’s even gotten comfortable with the family’s dog Yenna! He can still be a little nervous at times, so loud noises or fast movements can spook him, and he’s still getting used to being picked up but has gotten so much better about it in only a few weeks!
Brave is the more timid of the two, but that doesn’t stop him from being an absolute cuddlebug! He loves nothing more than sitting in your lap and keeping you company, whether you’re working at your desk or just watching tv! He loves to cuddle with his brother Banjo, and playing with his foster brother Zevran! He’s still a little shy and will often hide at first when someone comes into the room, but will come right back out for cuddles!
These two sweet boys would love a home with someone who loves to cuddle and play with them, and who can be patient with them as they continue to adjust to a loving home life!