Victor and Victoria were dumped in a barn slated for demolition when they were barely weaned. By sheer chance, a SNAP volunteer was in the area and when they heard her, Victor and Victoria came out of hiding – and were very vocal about how hungry they were. According to our volunteer, they came tearing around the edge of the barn, talking the whole time!
They are both still talkers. After being in SNAP’s care for only a few weeks, they love people and seek out human companionship. Victoria loves to ride on your shoulder given a chance, and is glad to help you with any household chores you might have and tell you how they should be properly done. A tiny wisp of a kitten, she is a distinctive tabico with the trademark orange spray of fur on her forehead. As you can see from the pictures, she will grow into her distinctive markings.
Victor, is equally as active and loves to tell stories, too. He needs lots of stimulation and play time, which is why he and Victoria will be adopted as a pair. With classic tabby good looks, he has wide, curious eyes, white whiskers, and huge ears that signal his next move. He has tiny brown toes, and like Victoria, loves to be picked up and cuddled before he’s off to his next adventure!