Creative Kitty Duo Available At Purrfect Pals

Crayola and Scribble are now available for adoption, as are a number of other cats.

We are Crayola and Scribble and we're creatively cute, don't you think?

This, unfortnately, is our second stay with Purrfect Pals. We were adopted as kittens from the same family of cats. Sadly, our human family could no longer care for us. 

We are now looking for another home together where we hope to be forever. Crayola (the strapping black-and-white Tuxedo boy) is very playful and jumps quite high so our new family will need to be OK with them jumping on things. We are both full of love and want to be with our person. We rub on legs and weave in and out of legs so our owner will need to have good balance.

We are only 2 years old and have lots of life to share with our new person. We need lots of toys as Crayola likes to capture toys and take them back to his place. Scribble (Torbie girl) is similar to Crayola. We like to cuddle with our people on a comfy couch and such. Come meet us and remember that Crayola is part of the 50-percent off "black cat" discount during the month of August. We arecurrently in Renton at the  Purrfect Pals location at .

 Purrfect Pals saves the lives of more than 2,500 homeless cats each year. In addition to adopting cats through PetSmart and our other partner store's adoption centers, we help place special needs cats and provide a comfortable long-term sanctuary for cats diagnosed with Feline leukemia and FIV positive cats. We also offer low cost spays/neuters for cats to low income individuals and families. 

Purrfect Pals does not allow "gift" adoptions. All cats (with the exception of "barn cats" adopted from our shelter in Arlington) must be indoor-only. If you rent your home, please come prepared with a copy of your lease or other documentation that states your landlord allows pets. For more information regarding Purrfect Pals and our available rescued kitties, visit us online atwww.purrfectpals.org


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