|Purred: Wed Oct 22, '08 3:51pm PST |
|Definitly ask the shelter volunteers about which cats they think might do well with dogs. Many cats are dropped because of problems the owner cant control and they'll know the history, instead of strays which they may not know how they'll react with people or other animals. maybe even a month or two before you graduate, ask the shelter to call you if an animal comes in that might meet your requirements. spring summer are definitly kitten season, and you can probably find a wonderful sweet pair of kittens, or even an older cat thats overlooked during kitten season. Also, for pair adult cats, they might not be brother and sister, but sometimes bing put in shelter causes unrelated adult cats to bond and become best friends, many shelters have pairs like that. In fact, when I got Phil he was rather depressed after his two best friends were adopted and he was left alone with other cats picking on him.
Basically jsut ask the volunteers there. they'll have history with the cats and know there stories and can put you with the right pair
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