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Mr. Red & ChocoAnimal ID: Milwaukee, WI

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About Mr. Red & Choco

Adoption Fee: $0
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Male

APPLICATION REQUIRED - go to for online application Meet Mr. Red and Choco - Mr. Red and Choco are bonded brothers who are looking for a special place to call home. They are spayed and up to date on all vaccinations. They have no health problems and are about 2 years old. They love to play and outside of chasing each other around their favorite toys are a shoestring tied to a stick and plastic springs. They love catnip. They like to climb and be up on high places. Choco is more outgoing than his brother and likes to snuggle under blankets, provided a human heat source. Choco doesn't mind being picked up most of the time, but will squiggle out of your arms if he is not in the mood. He had a very cute chortle. Mr. Red is more reserved and will take time to warm up to his new family. Once he does he will happily sit or lay on a lap when not playing and will bask in the glory of petting and scratching that he gets that kind of attention. He doesn't like to be held, but when relaxed can be picked up to be moved. Unlike Choco, Mr. Red startles easily at unfamiliar noises and tends to hide until the commotion his gone away. He will need time to warm up to his new family, but it will happen and will be completely worth the wait. Both of these cats are food motivated and love objects where they have to work to get the treats. They are both on a raw diet due to loose stool. The instructions to make the food for that diet are fairly easy. The treats and occasional bits of cooked chicken do not seem to bother their digestive systems. Both can be vocal at times, but not much more than typical Bengals. They have all of their claws and routinely use their scratching posts. Although Choco appears to be fine with other animals, Mr. Red is not, so they should go to a home where they are the only pets. They have perfect litterbox habits



  • Not Good with Other Cats
  • Not Good with Dogs
  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)


  • Average Energy
  • Average Temperament


  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current

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