What’s better than one young orange and white cat? Two young orange and white cats! Reed and Shiloh are brothers who have spent their whole lives with each other and can’t wait to find a new home together. The shyer of the two, Reed, takes a little more time adjusting to new people and places than Shiloh. But, once he sees that his brother thinks things are okay, Reed isn’t far behind! According to Reed and Shiloh’s foster caregiver, “once Reed starts to warm up, he loves to cuddle with you.” But there may be one thing that Reed loves more than cuddles—playtime! He seems to really adore wand toys and string toys that he can jump after, and he has some amazing acrobatic moves that you will certainly be impressed by! After the games are done, you can probably find Reed curled up in a comfy windowsill, watching people and the world go by.
Reed and Shiloh love each other more than anything, so they must go home together. Their adopter should understand that it may take these two—especially Reed—a little time to settle in, but that the patience is worth it! Because small kids may be a little too much for them, they would probably do best in a home with children ages eight and up. If you think that this dynamic duo may be a good fit for you, please fill out our Cat Adoption Survey.