Meet Aiden and Allen!

Aiden and Allen

This pair of adorable Tabbies found a loving new home through Pet Pros Indianapolis.

This healthy, beautiful and affectionate pair of bonded boys are looking for a special lady to lavish with attention. These lovely cats were recently bereaved, and their widowed owner is hoping to find a very special home for them. They are both very healthy, up to date on their shots, neutered and very clean and well-behaved. They are purring machines, and love nothing better than to cuddle up to their special girl, wherever that happens to be.

All About Aiden and Allen

[one_half] Name of Pet: Aiden, Allen
Location: Indianapolis, IN, 46260-5101
Type of Pet: Cat
Breed of Pet: domestic short hair – tabby
Sex of Pet: Male[/one_half] [one_half_last]

Age of Pet: 8-9 yeas
Spayed/Neutered?: Yes
Health Problems: No
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Yes
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Accessories Included: Litter box, feeding dishes, a 5-foot indoor climbing “tree”.

Aiden, Allen’s Personality

Very affectionate toward women.
These cats are brothers, together since birth. They act like brothers, with some play-fighting but also caring for each other (grooming each other, snuggling together).

Aiden, Allen’s Current Home Environment

It has been a small-to-medium condo apartment in recent years.

Aiden, Allen’s Current Family:

For the last few years we have had an “empty nest” — our two daughters are both away, visiting occasionally. There has also been dog in the house (also attached to his lady); they all got along but (inter-species) mostly left each other alone. In years past, they were able to go outside — we had a cat door that allowed it, and in a safe neighborhood; but in recent years we lived in an apartment setting where it was not possible for them to spend time outdoors.

Aiden, Allen’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?

Aiden and Allen mostly lounge. They enjoy climbing and perching on their “cat tree”.

Cute Aiden, Allen Story:

Especially during my wife’s illness, Aiden and Allen would join her in bed, competing to snuggle closest to (or on top of) her. Sometimes it would be too much, but they seldom retreated past the foot of the bed.

Why is Aiden, Allen Being Rehomed?

Aides and Allen were very attached to my wife, who died recently. Beyond knowing that I feed them, they have little attachment to me, and as I reorganize my life for the future I am not able to continue proper care for them.

Aiden, Allen’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:

Ideally, Aiden and Allen should stay together — they have always been together. And I am sure they would like to have a lady to love; others in the household are fine, but they will develop attachment to a woman.