Johnny and Ryan are brothers, which means they knock each other around a lot and love each other dearly.
Johnny and Ryan are brothers, which means they knock each other around a lot and love each other dearly. (Johnny is the striped one. Ryan has the swirls.)
They're 2-year-old tabby cats, and what you see is one of the few pictures where they don't look like bright orange smears. These guys love to play! Name your game: feather wand, swizzle wand, thrown object pursuit? Johnny and Ryan are up for it! When they run out of toys, they will wrestle each other - must-see viewing for fans of slapstick. But these brothers are unique in three respects: 1) They are both very cuddly and are suckers for a lap or a loving hand. 2) They get along well with other cats (although introductions are always a good idea). 3) Ryan is a licensed notary public (but don't bring it up - Johnny gets jealous). RESCUE is hoping to adopt these two out together, so they can have each other to love along with you. Do you have room for a couple of affectionate rascals who promise endless hours of laughs?
For more information on Johnny, Ryan or other deserving animals, call Reducing Animal Euthanasia at Shelters through Commitment and Underlying Education at (480) 598-9410 or visit www.azrescue.org. The cost of adoption is $95 for cats and $125 for dogs, which includes spaying and neutering and some inoculations.