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Pet of the Month: Brother and sister need to stay together

Yoshi and his identical twin sister Meow Meow are well aware of their regal and magnificent appearance. The Birman cats parade themselves into the middle of the living room with their fluffy tails held high and gracefully sprawl out on the rug so all the feline fanciers can applaud and marvel over their captivating blue eyes, long and luscious whiskers and exotic flame point markings.

Yoshi and Meow Meow are brother-and-sister Birman cats that are social butterflies who need to stay with each other (submitted photo).

Yoshi and Meow Meow are brother-and-sister Birman cats that are social butterflies who need to stay with each other (submitted photo).

Flamboyantly social, the 1 year olds are the life of the party, purring as they travel around the house and mingle on various human laps. However, when the vacuum shows up to the after party, the two felines quickly vanish. Both enjoy luxurious accommodations complete with pillow top cat beds, swanky clubhouses and fashionable collars that sparkle. Their two favorite pastimes are playing with kids and napping in the bathroom sink. They are very bonded and not only sleep with paws and tails intertwined but they also enjoy sharing a can of tuna and salmon for dinner.

Meet this adorable duo at the Arizona Humane Society’s Sunnyslope Campus located at 9226 N. 13th Ave. Their adoption fee together is $100. They may have been adopted before you visit the shelter but you can see hundreds of other pets that are in need of a new home by visiting www.azhumane.org. For more information, call 602-997-7585 and ask for animal numbers A537363-4.

 

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