Tator & Tot theTwins

9 yr old Tator (on the left ) is the most loveable cat I've ever owned. When you come into my house you have to give him a hug right away. Because if you don't he won't leave you alone until you do.
Tator was an abandoned kitten when I found him. He couldn't of been more then a couple days old, because his eyes weren't open yet. The poor thing had a broken nose. I bottle feed him to keep him alive. A couple weeks later I took him to the vet. They had never seen a boken nose on a kitten before. They couldn't do anything for. That's why his nose has a little creak in it.
Tot is my 3yr old. When these are together. You have to look close because they are almost exactly alike, except for a couple of markings.

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gadgetgirl says ... on Sunday, Jan 10 at 9:39 PM

I put my cats on leashes because we always did it when I grew up. And also I’ve had 2 cats that just vanished without a trace while living here. I put out reward signs, ads in papers, for both of them. But never got not 1 reply 4 either of them

gadgetgirl says ... on Sunday, Jan 10 at 9:34 PM

Just seen this. If they go out they r on either leashes tied 2 their harness or into a area that is fenced in. The smallest 1 gets out at times but she comes right 2 the door when she does. Sorry

M.J. says ... on Sunday, Nov 8 at 2:07 AM

they r cute, do either one of them venture outside?cuz ive been feedin a big black n white who looks like these 2 out in my carport. he/she wont come to me when i open the door,but he seems to llike the food as long as its in a can frm dollar general

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