If you or anyone you know are looking to be the humans to a delightfully perfect pair of cat siblings, then my best friend’s heartbreak can be your good fortune.

After engaging in legitimately extraordinary efforts to mitigate his partner’s allergies, they’re forced to accept that his cats need a new home.

So. This is Bobby (rocket nose) and Ani (spotty face). They are a 6 year old (born February 2008) super bonded Calico sibling pair - they’re littermates and have always been together. They like to sleep spooning each other and similar achingly adorable things. Both are in perfect health, good litter box manners, playful, extremely cuddly, and good eaters. They are wonderful with children and totally fine with other cats. Once he caught Ani trying to groom a toddler who was in his house.

All the vets they’ve ever had always comment about how extremely affectionate and easy-going they are. These cats really believe their purpose in life is to love their humans.

He is willing to transport them nearly anywhere for the sake of a great and loving home, so if you live outside of NYC but are interested, don’t be shy.

Bobby (Dylan)
- Ani’s brother
- Half Maine coon, a large cat
- Beautiful black, gray, and white markings
- Loves to be held like a human baby and hold your face with his paws (seriously)
- Likes to chase shadows, dust in the air, and laser lights
- Has all shots, is neutered, and is healthy

Ani (DiFranco)
- Bobby’s sister
- Half Maine coon, but the runt of the bunch, so she’s normal cat-sized
- Pretty orange, black, and gray markings
- Loves to sit on laps, nuzzle your face, and purr
- Likes to sit at the window and stare longingly at birds
- Has all shots, is neutered, and is healthy

I’m making a second post for these babes because the first one hasn’t generated any real inquiries.

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Someone adopt these perfect babies

Oh gosh someone give these adorable fuzzballs a good home.

Someone in the NYC area should give these kitties a good home. I’m tempted, but having 4 cats in a 1BR apartment would officially move us into “Crazy Cat People” territory. 

We’re the last generation of people who knew what life was like before smartphones.

The Case Against Smartphones (via bookoisseur)

Douglas Adams said it best:

"I’ve come up with a set of rules that describe our reactions to technologies: 1. Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works. 2. Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it. 3. Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of things."