Birth date: 03/2020
Needs feline companion: YesDescription:
PIPPIN and MAX are typical boys! They love to play, play and play. But when they are done, they are ready to settle down and snuggle with each other or their foster family. These boys are extremely affectionate and thrive on love and affection. They are bonded and must be adopted as a pair.
PIPPIN (grey and white) is bold and friendly. Almost nothing stands in his way of having a good time! Pippin can be a bit of a hog when it comes to toys or wanting affection from you, so you will need to make time and space for his adorable brother, Max. Pippin is very playful…he is usually busy chasing, pouncing on and wrestling with his brother. Or racing off to explore. Pippin is also equally interested in getting love and affection from people. He has a loud purr and turns it on the moment he sees you. Pippin loves to rub his face against yours to show you how much he loves getting affection. He also loves getting petted and being picked up. Pippin also loves to snuggle up with his brother when its nap time.
MAX (black and white) has such an adorable face. He is a bit more reserved than Pippin, but just as playful and loving. He likes chasing and wrestling matches with his brother. Max also responds to toys you toss his way or dangle from a string. He can be shy initially with new people and when he's in a new place. But give him a few days to settle in then he is a happy little guy. Max tends to follow his brother's lead…when exploring and he cries if left behind in a room by himself. When Max is not playing, and especially when he's tired, he loves laying in your lap or next to you while being petted and getting belly rubs. He turns on his little motor to let you know how happy he is.
These boys need a quieter home without young children now or in the future. Max is a little too reserved for young children and lots of noise. They would do great in a home with an adult couple or a family with an older child. They came into our care with their siblings, Turk, Elliott, and JD (posted separately), after being found living under someone's deck with their mom.
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