Meet Sailor and Chloe, both of whom are up for adoption at the Baltimore Humane Society.
Ahoy there, mateys! My name is Sailor and I am on the lookout for a family of my very own! I am a ball of energy, but can also be a couch potato. The staff at Baltimore Humane Society love everything about me. I have the cutest face you will ever see and the personality to match! I love people and toys! My favorites are the rubber squeaky ones; I like to carry them around in my mouth. You may also catch me picking up huge sticks and carrying them around while we’re walking. I am what they refer to as a wiggle butt, and sometimes get a case of the “zoomies.” I already know the commands “sit,” “paw” and “down.” In my previous home I lived with kids who completely adored me. Stop by BHS soon to meet me and we can chat about setting sail into our new life together!
I’m Chloe — and I love birds. Bird watching is one of my favorite things. I especially like when the bird feeder is full, so there are more birds around to watch. I’m a bit independent, but I don’t forget the human in the room, either. I like to keep in contact with my human and then do a little exploration — you know, making sure everything is in its place. And I like a few pets from my human, too. Oh, I’m also a talkative girl. I’ve got to share my loves and find out what’s going on with my human. So, I actually come up and chirp when a human enters the room. I really hold up my end of the conversation. It’s why I like when my human reads to me. Reading has good conversation and I meow back. Did I tell you I’m an excellent wand toy catcher? I like to capture whatever is on the end of the wand — just like the hunter I am. If you like the idea of a cat who can do all that, come see me and we can make the best match ever. By the way, I am a diabetic kitty and currently my condition is being controlled with special food and insulin. Please ask a staff member if you have any questions.
Click here for more info on Sailor and Chloe from the Baltimore Humane Society.
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