Bonded Pairs

Double the purrs, double the fun!  Benefits of Bonded Pairs:

1. Thinking that that having two companion animals is double the work, think again! Adopting a bonded pair can actually end up being less work because they will play and keep each other company (and you don’t have to feel guilty when you leave the home!).  They will be on the same feeding schedule and you still have to clean the litter box whether there is one kitty or two in the home.

2. If you’re considering adopting two cats it’s much easier to adopt a bonded pair right away because a special introduction process may have to be followed when introducing a second cat into the family later on to avoid hissy fits!

3. Good lessons for children, including the importance of understanding sibling & animal relationships.  Having children help maintain the bond between two animals allows them to witness the support and love they offer each other, aka the importance of loyalty and cooperation.

The Best Reason: You are giving two best friends a loving forever home together!  Call today to adopt a bonded pair: 416-538-8592, press #1.

4 thoughts on “Bonded Pairs

  1. No reason for a discount! A bonded pair are sheer joy and love. These cas both love one another and you – you are doubly blessed with a very special, intimate relationship. Our pair of brothers, Biscuit and Max, were bliss to have in our lives.

  2. You should consider giving some sort of a discount to adopt a pair. I know I would consider adopting a pair if their was a discount.

    • Alisa, although a discount would be a possible incentive for prospective adopters, the Toronto Cat Rescue incurs costs per cat, not per pair. Giving a discount to adopters just because two cats are bonded is likely not sustainable for them, and the adopter, even s/he saves a bit on adoption fees, still has to incur the cost of care per cat. I also add that the main consideration of adopting a pair should be what’s in the best interest of the cats and not what financial incentive is offered.

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