Cat(s) of the Week in Charlotte NC, Orange Tabby Boys CJ and Leon

cjandleon***ADOPTED***CJ and Leon are two wonderful adoptable cats in Charlotte NC. They’ve been waiting for a forever home for a while now and they’d absolutely love to find a home together!

These super cute orange tabby boys are very affectionate and love attention from their people. They’re often found curled up napping with each other and have lived in a foster home so they do great in a home setting.

CJ and Leon were both rescued fromCJpic1 the Gaston County Animal shelter and are now in foster care with Charlotte’s Forever Feline Friends. They’re about 3-4 years old, both fully vetted, neutered, microchipped and READY to go to a permanent home.

To learn more or if you have questions, contact Mary at The adoption fees on both of these cats have been reduced to $50 each, so you could adopt them both for $100 and that covers all of their vet work, etc.

leonpic1Please spread the word so these wonderful boys can find their forever family soon!

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Joyfully divorced, Diane is passionate about sharing her story, experience, wisdom and insight from this beautifully brutal life. Passionate about heartfelt connection in all areas of her life she is a public introvert and most enjoys connecting with and spending quality time with friends, chosen family and clients that are uplifting and inspiring. Her core values of connection, humor, integrity, authentic alignment influence all aspects of her life. She is intentional in all that she does. Diane is the founder and owner of Between the Lines LLC Ghostwriting Services and McDermott Real Estate LLC
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