Oh, look at this gorgeous brother & sister from the Rescue Farm
who need a loving furever home!
Sawyer (left) and Nani (right) are stunning 1 ½ year old purebred Ocicats who were given up when their owner couldn't properly care for them. Sawyer is a neutered male; Nani is a spayed female and they're both front declawed. Sawyer is a "Hot Chocolate" Ocicat and Nani (below) is "Cool Chocolate."
Sawyer and Nani love each other so much they snuggle and cuddle all the time, so they simply can't be separated. If you, or someone you know, would love to give a furever home to these spotty bundles of sweetness, email Jodi at the Rescue Farm. Their combined adoption fee is $300.
If we didn't have such a houseful, Sawyer and Nani would be snuggling with us right now!!
About the Ocicat:
An Ocicat may look wild, but its temperament is anything but ferocious - it has a sweet, mild purrsonality. It is a lot like a dog in that it is absolutely devoted to its people. The Ocicat is not a demanding, clinging-vine type, but is confident as well as dedicated to its owners. Most Ocicats are also quite extroverted around strangers, not at all bashful about checking out the possibilities for a few playmates or a lap to curl up on when visitors come to call.
Ocicats are quite bright, very outgoing and easily trained. They are often considered to have the spirit of a dog - in a cat's body. Most can easily be trained to fetch, walk on a leash and harness, come when called, speak, sit, lie down on command and a large array of other dog-related tricks. Some even take readily to the water.
Because of their adaptability, they are a joy to work with and easily get used to traveling. Their sociable nature makes them a good choice for a household already blessed with other cats or dogs. They are not prone to any particular health problem and their broad genetic background gives them vigor and vitality.