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Boubou and Pearl in New Jersey, USA are seeking Loving Forever Homes!
They do not need to be adopted together! Boubou is much more friendly and out going while Pearl is a litte shy but can be pet once she is comfortable with you/
These two lovely Maus were adopted together, five years ago, from A NGO in Egypt when they were three months of age. They are full Maus with no white on their bodies, except for their muzzles. They are Boubou, a male bronze Mau, and Pearl, a female bronze Mau. They will be five years of age on September 3, 2015. Both have been spayed/neutered, they have all their claws/nails, but have not yet been microchipped. They do not have any health issues, and their Guardian will provide both adoption papers and vet records. It is not necessary that Boubou and Pearl be adopted together. They are friends only, and are not bonded. Their Guardian only wishes to ensure they both go to loving Forever Homes and caring families.
Boubou enjoys playing and rubbing against legs, while Pearl is a little more on the shy side, but she is not shy about asking for food or treats. They enjoy feather and mouse toys, but really enjoy being petted, being the center of attention, and being loved. Both will come running when they hear the word "snack" (such as freeze dried cat treats), and will also come running when their Guardian arrives home at night. Surprisingly, neither kitty enjoys catnip. Although shy, Pearl is the "watch cat" of the two, growling like a dog when she hears a knock at the door, or the doorbell ringing. Both enjoy warming laps on a cold day, and love to curl up against their Guardian's knees in bed at night. Both also greatly enjoy their cat trees and scratching posts.
They are indoor/outdoor kitties, but only after they have acclimated to their new home. Their Guardian installed a "cat flap" after both kitties made a "mad dash" out the door during a move, and both enjoyed having access to the outdoors (large yard) and indoors whenever they wished. Otherwise, they will meow and carry on, showing their displeasure, if they are not able to get to the outdoors or indoors, at their leisure.