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Two is better than one

Two is better than one

                                       

Names ;   Goldie & Silva                                  DOB ; 2/12/2020

Microchip :   yes                                               Females :   Desexed

Colour ; see photos                                         Breed : both Taddy

Vaccination :  yes                                            Adopting Fee $175 each cat

Our adopting fee is $270, but we are hoping to adopt these two together so to help to find a new forever home together we have taken off $95 our adopting fee and made the adopting fee $175.

These two beautiful loving cat have always been together and are great mate

 

Bonded Pairs: Why You Might Want to Adopt Two Cats Instead of One

Cats in bonded pairs are often happier, healthier and more well-behaved than a single cat that rules the roost. Here’s why you might want to consider getting two cats instead of one

Bonded pairs are common in nearly all animals, and cats are no exception. In fact, you’ll often find that there are more bonded pairs of cats in homes, animal shelters and rescues than any other kind of pet.

If you’re thinking of adopting a cat or kitten, your perfect match could come with a forever friend. Before you say no to having two cats in your household, consider some benefits to adopting the two together.

What is a Bonded Pair?


Despite their independent natures, cats are social creatures that need companionship to thrive

A bonded pair of cats have spent most, if not all, of their lives together, either being raised as kitten siblings or long-time companions. As a result, the relationship between a bonded pair usually runs deep.

Bonded relationships can run so deep it can greatly affect one or both cats’ well-being if the pair is broken up. This is why shelters and rescues work extra hard to keep the pair together, knowing that separating them could cause problems with eating, behavior and their overall health.

What makes bonded cat pairs so special? Double the snuggles and fun, of course. But there are a few more reasons why you might consider adopting two instead of one.

Taking in two cats is not much more expensive than taking in one cat. Cats can share litter boxes, beds, and toys with no problem. All in all, having two cats, for multiple reasons, can be better than one
If you have any question regarding these two beautiful pets please email us
saveapetfoundation.info@gmail.com 
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