Saturday, January 19, 2008

Butterball and Biscuit Want to Be Your Chubby Buddies

As the owner of a chubby-tubby cat, I have a real soft spot for these guys. I can't imagine my tub-tub lost and wandering outside. Do you have a place in your heart and home for these two chubba-chubbas?

Butterball is a chubby young adult male orange tabby cat in desperate need of a new home. He is neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations.

Biscuit is a chubby young adult female tortoiseshell cat in desperate need of a new home. She is spayed and up-to-date on vaccinations.

Butterball and Biscuit were picked up together as strays. They were already altered when they came in, and their chubby size indicates that someone loved them. Now they are stuck in a shelter, waiting for someone else to love them. They are very attached to each other -- they sleep together, they eat together, and the play together. They would really like to find a new home together. These two are both sweetie pies who love attention, and their adoption fee is only $80.00 for both of them. Please consider adopting Butterball and Biscuit before their time is up!

Two cats are better than one! If you are thinking about adopting your first shelter cat, consider adopting a pair! Two cats are really no more work than one cat. Moreover, if you spend a lot of time away from your home, two cats keep each other company. As a owner of multiple cats, I can tell you that it is an absolute blast to watch two cats playing with each other. They definitely keep each other entertained.

Butterball and Biscuit are currently located at the Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society, which, unfortunately, is not a "no-kill" shelter. If you can adopt Butterball and Biscuit, or another shelter cat, please contact the Humane Society immediately!

Bowling Green Warren Co. Humane Society
924 Louisville Road
P.O. Box 1456 (mailing address)
Bowling Green, KY 42102
Phone: 270-783-9404
FAX: 270-842-8687
Lorri Hare, Director:
Deana Wehr, Asst. Director: