CHURRO & CILANTRO
Est DoB: 10 July 2021
Energy level: active - kittens
Good with: cats, dogs, children
Churro and Cilantro are bonded and must be adopted together.
CHURRO (left - black face w/ white ears)
CILANTRO (right - brown tabby markings)
Churro and Cilantro were found in the rural area of Milk River after their mom was killed on the road - leaving them alone and fending for themselves. All three were sick with respiratory infections, but once in foster, they all quickly recovered.
These two love to play, play, play! They love to be held and cuddled, and both have strong purrs. They enjoy climbing in the cat tree, exploring, and playing with toys. They like playing with the older foster cats in the home. They sleep together most of the time and Churro enjoys being tucked in. They both hate pate canned food, it has to be gravy! If their foster tries to sneak in some pate they go into the cupboard looking for something else! They both use clay and pellet litter to go potty and they are very clean with it. They have not been around dogs, but have been around other cats. They can take a little time to warm up to strangers. They like kids!
He is the shy twin. The watcher and protector. He always makes sure his brother is okay. He likes to stay back and see what’s happening around him. He loves to “lead” his foster mom to the spot under the couch where he loses all his toys. The little felt balls are his favorite!! When he snuggles at night he even drools a little. Awww! Cilantro is the quietest and he is the first one who will come snuggle and lay beside you for loves and pets. He is also usually the first to fall asleep.
He is the life of the party - the braver twin. Churro likes to be in charge! His favorite toys are the little springers he chases back and forth. Churro loves to flop down on the floor to receive belly rubs wherever and whenever! Churro is the biggest and is the little jokester. He loves to hide behind things and then jump out at your legs when you come walking by! He will also hang from the bottom of your pants, or try to climb your leg, if you let him.
If you can give these adorable boys a home please fill out an adoption application!