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Meet Sally and Connie at the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society


San Gabriel Valley Humane Society

851 E Grand Avenue
San Gabriel , CA 91776 United States
Phone: 626-286-1159

Names: Sally and Connie
Gender: Female
Breed: Domestic long hair mix
Age:11 years
Weight: Connie is 7 pounds and Sally is 10 pounds
Fur: Tortoiseshell

Sisters and best friends, Sally and Connie came in together and their perfect home will keep them together. These gorgeous fluffy girls are 11 years young and will be happy to be given soft beds in a sunny spot and to receive gentle pets, especially massages of ears and head. Both have calm peaceful temperaments that will reward attention with soft purrs. Sometimes Sally and Connie will stretch out in their individual beds, but they also often will want to share one bed and snuggle together. The girls curl up and it’s hard to tell who is who. They both have stunning tortoiseshell coats of black with orange highlights and look very similar. Sally can be identified by a dramatic blaze of orange on her face and she’s a tad bit larger than Connie. Both Sally and Connie enjoy the brushing of their silky long coats. Neither show much interest in toys or flying teasers. But that might change when they have their own homes to explore and with family they know. Sally and Connie will add beauty and harmony to any home. Sally and Connie’s adoption fee are $99 each, which includes spay surgery, a microchip, first vaccinations and a free wellness check-up at a participating veterinarian. Both sweet cats also qualify for the “Senior for Senior” discount adoption program.

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