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Sibling cats need home soon

Molly and Gus face a common fate for adult felines

Molly and Gus are inseparable feline siblings looking for a home.

Right now, the two are living at the BC SPCA Richmond Education & Adoption Center.

"Molly is black with tuffs of white fur, and is very independent, outgoing, and social," said Richmond Education & Adoption Centre manager, Jennifer York.

"Her brother Gus, however, is extremely shy. Gus is a handsome boy, with beautiful orange and white colouring. He is so sweet and affectionate once he gets to know you, but because he is introverted he is having a really hard time adjusting to shelter life. Life in a busy centre is very overwhelming for him."

The SPCA would like to keep the two siblings together.

They were originally brought to the BC SPCA Chilliwack Branch in November 2011 when their owner could no longer care for them due to allergies. After spending two months in foster care with a Richmond couple, who couldn't keep them full-time, they are again on the market.

However, many families look for kittens rather than adult cats.

"Adult cats are often overlooked when they are past six months. It's such a shame, really, because Molly and Gus don't need any training and are very low maintenance," says York. "They have so much love to give and will make fantastic pets."

Anyone with a big heart and quiet home for Molly and Gus should contact the branch at 604-277-3100 or drop by at 7791 Steveston Hwy.

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