Jake and Elwood

Jake and Elwood

Jake and Elwood came to their foster home fresh from the street at 12 weeks old, frightened and unsocialised. Their personalities immediately shone through despite this, with confident little Jake always sitting protectively in front of his timid brother, Elwood, and warding away “danger”. Jake’s defensive nature very quickly melted into kittenish curiosity as he learnt that head scratches actually feel quite nice, humans can be quite fun to play with, and Dreamies are the best thing in the world.

Quiet Elwood has taken a few weeks to come around. He spent a while hiding, only coming out if the coast was clear so that he could have a rough and tumble with his brother! For this reason the two would be suited to a home without small children, and with understanding parents who have the patience to let him come out of his shell slowly. Once you’ve earned his trust he really is worth it, as long as he’s approached gently he can’t resist a stroke, and will wind around and around your legs purring his fuzzy head off!
They need to be kept together as the company is good for both of them – Jake has a lot of energy and burns this off playing with Elwood, and Elwood has the confidence to be his kittenish self when Jake encourages him to come out for some fun.”
They’ll need a garden away from busy roads and would be fine with other cats.
About 4 months old, neutered, chipped, vaccinated plus come with 5 weeks free insurance.

If you’re interested please mail us at [email protected].

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Additional information

Age

0 – 6 months

Chipped

Yes

Neutered/ Spayed?

Yes

Sex

Male

Vaccination Status

Fully vaccinated

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