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Adopt Cali and Chicky

Female Senior Domestic Short Hair

If you have questions about Cali and Chicky please contact

Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition, Inc.

No public phone number listed

About Cali and Chicky

Cali and Chicky are two affectionate and stylish senior ladies. Both are very easy going and calm cats.  Cali, the one with black around both eyes, is the younger of the bonded duo at approximately 7 years old.  She is a little shy but her sweet personality comes out as she becomes more comfortable around you.  Chicky, the one with orange around one eye and black around the other, is Cali's 10 plus year old mother or cool aunt.  She is a snuggle bug, who can never get enough rubs. These two loving ladies were abandoned by their previous owner and lived together on the streets of BedStuy until they were rescued.  They are noticeably grateful to be indoors again and Chicky is especially excited to receive human affection.  The duo has coexisted peacefully with the other cats in their current foster home and are very gentle in general.  Must be adopted as a pair.

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Cali and Chicky
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
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