Cleo and Petra are fun 6 month old sweet cats, and are generally very entertaining! They are currently living in a foster home while they wait for their forever home.
These sisters are basically attached at the hip, and I believe that they shouldn't be separated. They do absolutely everything together-- they spoon each other when they sleep, eat and drink from the same bowl at the same time, and constantly groom one another. Cleo is the more independent of the two; Petra is a tad shy and likes to follow Cleo around. They're both unbelievably playful and love to burn off their kitten energy by chasing each other around the apartment at full speed. They play games of chase with each other, wrestle, love ripping apart their toys, and playfully attack anything that moves (curtains, shafts of light, any poor unfortunate bug that wanders into the apartment, our feet under the blanket etc).
Cleo is a total goofball and absolute little weirdo. She chases her own tail, always tries to drink out of the toilet, and makes the funniest noises (that are something between a chirp and a meow). She's also almost always purring, and generally a very happy girl. Cleo's endlessly mischievous and fascinated by any new object we bring into the apartment. She loves to play inside laundry hampers and paper bags, and is very treat motivated. Cleo seems to be the more dominant sister, but is never bossy with Petra.
Petra has always been the more shy sister. She's gentle, patient, and although she takes a little while to warm up to people, she's incredibly sweet when she does. She's not very graceful-- and watching her flop around after fishing rod toys is incredibly funny. Petra's also very food motivated, and her future owners should be mindful about free-feeding her (she's already gained some weight these past six weeks, and will probably get very chunky in the future if free-feeding continues). She's by no means fat-- she does far too much running and climbing for that-- but she noticeably eats far more dry food than her sister.
They seek human attention and enjoy being pet. Their perfect family would have to be patient and understanding with them because they just need a little more work on their "house manners" and should mellow out as they age. These are your ideal companions if you would like some fun and entertainment in your life!
Please contact Janet, their "foster mom" for more information about Cleo and Petra and to make arrangements to meet them in person at show contact info
The adoption fee to the Cal Poly Cat Program is $50 each and includes:
-Current on vaccinations
-Screened for FeLV/FIV
-Litter box trained
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