While the two are very bonded to each other, Giblets and Gravy have remarkably different personalities.
Giblet, the smaller one with the pink nose and soft grey fur loves to play. The 3-year-old cat has plenty of energy. Giblet's foster mom thinks he would make a great calendar model because he likes to leap about and pose for photos.
But as for Giblet's best friend, 4-year-old Gravy, he quite the opposite. Mellow and laid back. Don't let Gravy's size or clipped ear scare you. We're told he really is a gentle giant, and doesn't have a mean bone in his body.
We're told both cats are social, so they'd do well with other animals in the home. They also get along well with kids and have no known medical issues.
The two were actually found together as strays. We're told they were likely helping each other out on the streets. So therefore, it's important that Giblets and Gravy are adopted together.
If you're interested in adopting Giblets and Gravy, send an email to email@example.com and the rescue will set up a meet and greet for you. You can learn more about Seattle Area Feline Rescue by clicking here.
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