Meet Tabby Twins Otto & Vaughn, An Elegant Pair

Each week we feature pets available for adoption from C.A.R.E. at Evanston's Animal Shelter.

Vaughn & Otto, Otto & Vaughn. This pair of tabbies--one gray, one brown, will surely class up any home. 

Otto has classic tabby markings and soft, silky fur that you'll have to touch to believe. He'll sit in your lap once he gets to know  you a little bit, and has big potential to be a prize-winning lap cat (there is an annual lap-sitting championship, you know)!

Vaughn is a big, handsome boy with striking markings and coloring. An outgoing fellow, he loves people and enjoys being petted. Vaughn can be a little shy at first, but once comfortable, he's very cuddly.

Vaughn & Otto came to the shelter together. They would love to be adopted together if you have enough room in your heart for two big stripey cats.

Otto & Vaughn Stats:

  • Otto & Vaughn are Domestic Shorthair cats, 6 - 8 years old, Brown Tabby, Neutered males
  • Vaughn's ASPCA Feline-ality™ Assessment rating:  Orange / Personal Assistant
  • Otto's ASPCA Feline-ality™ Assessment rating:  Purple / Love Bug
  • Vaughn is bonded to his brother, Otto.
  • We're not sure how Otto & Vaughn feel about dogs.
  • Otto & Vaughn would do best in a quiet home with children 8 and older.
  • Vaughn & Otto are escape artists and "door-darters," so kids will need to be old enough to understand not to let the cats out.
  • Vaughn & Otto are microchipped, neutered, and have had a full veterinary checkup and vaccines.

C.A.R.E. to Meet Otto & Vaughn?

Please come to C.A.R.E., 2310 Oakton St., Evanston, to meet Otto & Vaughn and speak to an adoption counselor. Adoption hours are Monday through Thursday, 6-8 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, noon-3:30 p.m.

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Patricia Thrash October 28, 2012 at 11:22 PM
Absolutely great cats with special markings. your description of them is just the way I see them when I socialize with them at the Shelter. Well-done!


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