As heartbreaking as it is, I have decided that I must rehome 2 of my 4 cats. I have always had multiple cats and it has never been a problems. But after 3 separate evacuations, I am concerned about the safety of my cats and being able to get out quickly if necessary. During the Kinkade fire, I was only able to get 2 of my cats out, and was terrified during the 4 days I could not go home. It is also difficult being alone and trying to find a place to go with multiple animals.
Suzie is a beautiful short haired tabby mix. She is almost 9 years old and is spayed. She is loving and playful. Grazie is almost 8 years old, and is a long hair tabby mix and is neutered. He is also playful and loves to cuddle and sleep on you. They are both healthy. However, Grazie has had some issues with anxiety and has had a tendency to chew on clothing. So he has helped me become dutiful in putting all my clothes away.
They are both indoor only cats. I rescued Grazie from a litter and I adopted Suzie from a rescue organization. I suspect their early years were not pleasant and they may not have been properly weaned. So they have NO desire to go outside. They are both great with other cats, as long as the introduction process goes smoothly, and they are great with friendly dogs.
I have rescued many cats and have found homes for them. However, I have never had to do this with my own cats that have lived with me for this long.
I would love to see them adopted together and go to the same home. I understand that if that is not possible that they each find a loving home.