It is with great sadness that I must find a new home for my two sweet boys. We are moving to West Africa on August 4th and, to our great distress, the home that we had had arranged for the boys backed out at the last minute. Tut and Yoda are 8 and 7 year old neutered half-brothers who have lived together for the great majority of their lives and are tightly bonded. They have lived in a home with young children, other furry cats, and a quiet and non-bothersome dog. Both do well with children and cats. Tut (the tuxedo kitty) loves dogs, but Yoda prefers they keep their distance and will hiss at them if they get too close but has never hurt or attacked our Bichon Frise. Tut is super-outgoing and loves everyone. Yoda is a bit more reserved, and is friendly enough, but bonds strongly only to one or two people. I have their papers and can provide more information about their breeder, if desired (they came from Wisconsin). They've been healthy - Tut developed hemangiomas in both ears in summer of 2017 that resulted in them curling up during the healing process, after the mesh was removed, but he is unbothered by them and has had no problems since then. We are located in Boise, Idaho. They are free to the right home.