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. Shiloh is definitely the more confident of these two kitties, and after taking a moment or two to settle in, he’s quick to show his true colors. And what are those true colors you may find yourself asking? Social, loving and playful! According to his and Reed’s foster caregiver, Shiloh “loves to be pet constantly and cuddle with anyone.” And we need to emphasize that when describing Shiloh to us she used the phrase, “loves to be pet constantly,” multiple times—so you have to believe it’s true! In the rare moment that Shiloh isn’t cuddling with his people, he can probably be found playing with all of his favorite toys—especially string toys that he can bound after. He loves spending time snuggling with or grooming his brother, too!
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.