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Bobby & Sammy
Bobby and Sammy are our very handsome, geriatric boys. Bobby was born on August 4th, 2009 and Sammy on June 15th, 2008. They had lived with their owners for the last ten years before they were brought to the clinic due to the loss of a loved one at the end of February 2019. They are both neutered and have tested negative on their feline leukemia and FIV test. They are microchipped and up to date on their Rabies and FRCPC vaccinations.
Bobby is a lighter, orange tabby. His has very bright green eyes and loves to make eye contact with those he is craving attention. His meow is very loud to ensure he catches your curiosity. Bobby is on a prescription, urinary diet. He is prone to developing stress cystitis, especially since he has dealt with a major life change in the last year. He is well managed with his diet and loves his food. He primarily eats the dry formulation, but enjoys a small amount of canned food twice a day as a little treat. He will need to stay on this diet lifelong to help maintain his bladder health and prevent the development of medical issues.
Sammy is a darker, orange tabby. He has handsome, brown freckles on his nose and lips. Sammy is a much more soft-spoken gentleman, in comparison to Bobby. He has a very gentle meow and sometimes can be seen making the face of meow, but producing no noise. Sammy loves chasing his wand toy. He is very acrobatic for his age and will jump in an attempt to catch the shiny tendrils floating around from the end of the wand.
Both boys love perching at the top of their cat trees and watching the hustle and bustle of the FPHC staff running around. They are very talkative and will meow at anyone who stops to say hello.
Bobby and Sammy do not need to be adopted together. They would enjoy a laidback home with someone to relax with and live out the rest of their years.