Photography by Lara Blair
August 1st, 2017

–THIS CAT IS NOT BEING HOMED THROUGH THE PIXIE PROJECT. THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING; PLEASE CONTACT SAMIRA AT THE EMAIL BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS–

JoJo:
Orange cats are known for being loving, cuddly, and talkative. I did not know this until I met JoJo and said, “This is the best cat I have ever met” and was promptly told that no one is surprised. He sleeps on top (or at least touching) my husband and I every night, greets us at the door by talking and plopping over to show his back, and loves being near us almost at all times. He can lay back and do his own thing and is accustomed to long working schedules but makes sure you know he missed you at the end of the day. He is overall the sweetest, most easy-going, gentleman cat I have ever met. He has lived with my husband and I for years but his history states he lived in a house with dogs and children and got along great with all of them. He was friendly and calm with any guests we had, including our young nieces. JoJo has hyperthyroidism and does need a medication once daily. He is currently taking a liquid, chicken flavored dose and is easy to med. He has no other health concerns.

Eliot:
Eliot is a sweet lady and loves pets and attention. She purrs like a passing truck and talks loudly near mealtime. She has a funny personality and she loves chasing. Strings, food, and pets from her people are her favorite things. She also loves high places. Her previous home included many cats and 2 dogs and it was reported that she was intimidated by the constant noise and her living companions. She may not do as well with a rowdy home or with aggressive animals. She did very well when our young nieces and any other guests came to visit and harassed them often for loves. She is not well suited to be an outdoor cat. She loves the indoor life as long as there is a high place and consistent food. She did escape once this year and we concluded she doesn’t know to come inside after she has been out. She has hyperthyroidism. The medication we give her is chicken flavored, once daily and she does great for that. She has a funny game with my husband where she sits on the highest tower of the cat tree and tries to gently bat him as he passes if he doesn’t reach up to pet her. Her favorite game with me is where I pet her chest and try to pull away before she can object by putting her paw on my hand. She is also used to long schedules and can do her own thing but thrives with daily loves.

If you are interesting in giving JoJo and Eliot a new home, please contact Samira at samira.seeber@gmail.com

 







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