Do you like open relationships? The kind that allows for multiple pets to be a part of your life? Then meet Shelley and Torrie! This dazzling duo will brighten up your days and make sure there is a smile on your face at all times. While they would be fine going to separate homes, if you have the room in your life for two why not double up the love with these caring girls? Shelley and Torrie will be the first at the door to greet you when you come home and neither are shy in asking for affection. Both kitties will wrap their paws around your hand and pull it close to them to let you know they need a few pets! If you give them a good enough scratch, you might even get a gentle love bite and some kisses! While they aren’t much for being held, they still want your undivided attention and even some hugs if you’re sitting on the floor with them! These besties are ready for a new lifelong friend that can show them love for the rest of their lives. Are you ready to expand your heart times two? Meet Shelley and Torrie!
Describe your perfect date.
Shelley: “I think the perfect date for us would be a ‘stay-in’ date. One where we eat some snacks on the couch and watch movies all night.”
Torrie: “That’s definitely my favorite kind of date! It allows for the most quality time and lots of petting! I really hope our adopter has a big, comfy couch with soft and fuzzy blankets to lay on!
Which is more important: having a great sense of humor, having an intelligent conversation, being active and sporty, or being passionate about life?
Shelley: “I would have to say having an intelligent conversation. I like to have conversations about various important topics such as what the best types of cat food are or what are those things that flap around high in the sky? These are ideas my next owner and I should be able to talk about for hours.”
Torrie: “I say having a great sense of humor. I enjoy living a care-free life and having a good sense of humor only makes that better! I find a lot of things funny and can have a good time. It is important to have the same kind of humor, though. Like, I don’t find being told I can’t have something very funny. Sometimes when I would lay in a comfortable spot or try and get a human to share their food, I would get told no and they would laugh. I don’t know why, I wasn’t very happy with their answer.”
What’s your best pickup line?
Torrie: “If you were a vegetable, you’d be a CUTEcumber”
Shelley: “Were you in Scouts? ‘Cause you have my heart in a knot.”