Two Adult Cats Available for Adoption

Two Adult Cats Available for Adoption

The Culps (Politics Department) have two cats looking for a home. One is a nine year old short hair named Polly. The other is a four year old Maine Coon named Nick. They've had both of them since they were nearly kittens. Both are friendly and seem to want to live as indoor/outdoor cats (as they currently do).

"I think they might like to have an owner that can pay them a bit more attention," writes Jonathan Culp. "They are very friendly, but we just don't seem to have much time to spend with them anymore."

If you are interested, please give Jonathan Culp a call at 617-548-4693.

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