2 Orange Tabby Cat Sisters

2 Orange Tabby Cat Sisters

I have two beautiful orange female tabbies that I need to find a new home for. We did have a busy home, but sadly, my spouse passed away in May 2022 and my oldest child has left for college, so the two of us left are not around as much to give them as much love and attention that they deserve. We adopted them as kittens from the Humane Society together in the Fall of 2013 and were told that they were sisters, and even if they might not be, they slept together like Yin and Yang when they first came home. Shasta (short-haired), is the innocent, food motivated, playful one of the two and it seems that at times, thinks she’s a dog (see attached pics). We call McKinley (long-haired) our Diva because she has this long stride walk worthy of a Queen. They clean each other, play, fight, share space just like siblings. They were used to a busy home prior to our family tragedy, but now it is quiet. They are mostly indoor cats, but rush to get into our backyard any chance they can get and ALWAYS come back by scratching at our back doors. McKinley will do better with kids a little bit older so they understand not to surprise her from behind or grab her tail quickly without petting her. McKinley gives us kisses and Shasta gives everyone a hello by rubbing up on their legs when they arrive. We have had to split a small cup of food twice a day because Shasta will eat from each bowl. They have two side-by-side litter boxes which we transitioned to when they got large enough. The photos don’t do the green of McKinley’s eyes justice. We hope that you can provide another wonderful phase of life for these two.  Call to meet them!  415-497-0322

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