My husband and I adopted Oreo (along with his sister, Taco) at the urging of our then nine-year-old daughter when they were just a few weeks old. They are siblings so, naturally, they were jointly adopted, and because they've been together their whole lives they are indeed inseparable and need to stay together.
Given how old they are, they are fully house trained, of course. They are both the sweetest things though they each have their own personalities. Taco is very quiet - pensive, almost - and keeps to herself barring a quick pet here-and-there. I'd also say she is sometimes just the classic scaredy cat (no pun intended but it's true!). Oreo, on the other hand, is quite the social little guy. If we had a guess, we'd say he has some ragdoll in him (you can pretty much do anything to him!). He can be a talker (which is hysterical). And he just loves to cuddle. They like to be indoors, every once in a while venturing outside to see what's going on but fairly quickly coming back in. But, most of all, they are one another's keeper and watch out for each other. They just want to be safe, warm and loved.
They both saw their vet (at Auburn Valley Animal Clinic) for their annual check-up just a few days ago and received a very clean bill of health, are up-to-date on all their shots.
The pet on this page is not an animal in the care of Auburn Valley Humane Society and is not in our adoption program. This pet is in the home of its current owner and Auburn Valley Humane Society is not able to verify the accuracy of descriptions written by the pet owner.