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Sophie and Sylvia

Adult Domestic Short Hair

If you have any questions about Sophie and Sylvia, please contact CatVando NFP Corp at catvandotnr@yahoo.com

CatVando NFP Corp

About Sophie and Sylvia

Adoption Fee: $75

These two  have been with us since July 2012 at about 5 weeks old.  They came in separately.  Initially Sophie came with her brother Spenser, a sweet little round faced orange tabby. Sophie & Spenser were brought to the Bellwood police department by one of their Officers.  The first time I saw them, Sophie was all 4 paws on the grate.  Spenser had his front 2 on the grate as his back 2 dangled out of the grate openings, paralyzed.   Spenser died at the vet due to complications of spinal cord injury the next day.  Sophie acted as his legs.  He would lay on her and she'd move them from place to place.   After Spenser died, I put him in the carrier with Sophie.  For the next hour, Sofie lay cuddled close,  with her arm around him for an hour.  when she came to the front of the carrier, I took her out. It was sad and beautiful experience.    Next day, sophie arrived at Bellwood pD,  Due to size and condition, we knew they were siblings.  Sophie & Sylvia have been together since.   They've grown into happy healthy bonded siblings that have great personalities.  They're very loving, feisty and gorgeous.  Watching them cuddle and play is pure Zen. 

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Name
Sophie and Sylvia
Age
Adult
Gender
Size
Medium
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
NO
Ok with cats
YES

CatVando NFP Corp

PO Box 851 Maywood IL 60153

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