What a darling pair! Siblings Ilsa and Groucho came to us at the beginning of March (2015); our best guess is that they were born in November of 2014, so they’re still well under a year old. Both are black-and-white with cute black nose-tips and funny "Charlie Chaplin" mustaches. Ilsa, the female, is smaller than Groucho and has more black on her face, with a patch of black fur over her left ear that goes down to her left eye. Groucho is larger than his sister and has more white on his face (both cats have more white than black in their coats).
Both Ilsa and Groucho have become much more comfortable with people in the short time they’ve been with us (as I write this, it’s 3/15/15, so they’ve only been at Tabby’s Place for ten days). They’re good-natured young’uns who love to play, and they are quite devoted to one another, so much so that we’d strongly prefer they be adopted together, although technically that isn’t a requirement.
Come in to meet these felines, who are excellent proof of the old adage that "two are twice as nice as one".