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LEO & TYSON

LEO & TYSON

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Meet Leo and Tyson, two brother cats rescued from a construction site in New Jersey.

They waited an entire year for their dream of being adopted together to come true!

Their human mom, Andrea, tells us all about these sweet brothers in the story below.

Humble Beginnings

Leo is a handsome peaches & cream orange tabby, and his brother, Tyson, has beautiful black and white patches.

They were both rescued from a construction two years ago.

The rescue organization knew they shared a special bond and wanted to them to be adopted together.

However, this made it harder for them to be adopted.

It’s always harder to adopt out a bonded pair of cats.

They actually stayed in foster care for an entire year because no one wanted them.

Then my family came along and we instantly knew they belonged with us!

What are Leo & Tyson’s personalties like?

Leo and Tyson couldn’t be more different.

They each have their own unique personalities and quirks.

For starters, Leo is bursting with energy!

He’s an all-in-one acrobat, tightrope walker, and high pole jumper.

He loves batting around his ball and chasing it until he eventually loses it.

Then he’ll start meowing at us, insisting we help him recover his precious toy.

Leo is also very affectionate and playful.

He wants to be close to us at all times and follows us from room to room.

Tyson, on the other hand, is a lot more laid back and chill.

He prefers to lay in our laps all day and purrs non-stop.

Tyson really knows how to make you feel loved.

It’s impossible to feel lonely in his company.

But Tyson isn’t always snoozing!

He loves playing with his feather toy and jumps higher and higher until he’s rewarded with praise and treats.

Happily Ever After

I really appreciate how affectionate Leo and Tyson are, especially after the loss of our family dog and cat a few years ago.

Our 6-year-old twin grandsons love the cats and the cats love them back!

There’s never a dull moment with Leo and Tyson around.

They’ve brought so much joy to our family.

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Rob

Thursday 7th of April 2022

I adopted a senior, special needs cat (stage ll kidney failure) from Seattle Humane a few years ago. Tazzy, a tuxedo male was 17 and had bonded with a female, 16 year old Pebbles (stage l). I had to adopt BOTH to adopt either and I'm so glad I did. There's nothing more joyful than rescuing animals nobody else wants and giving them a loving home for the time they have left before they cross The Rainbow Bridge.

Suzanne Roussel

Thursday 7th of April 2022

That is a lovely 😍 story I am very happy to here they were adopted together ❀ adorable πŸ₯° sweet πŸ’– precious πŸ’ž babies πŸ’– cuteness overload πŸ’˜ πŸ’– ❀

Diane Ryan

Wednesday 6th of April 2022

Lucky family to have those two kitties in their life. sweet boys and look very handsome and well cared for.

Alice Hill Wells

Wednesday 6th of April 2022

Marvelous stories here. Thanks for helping the families get their stories out.