I'll let Gary and Debby's letter explain:
Most of you have visited the bookstore over the years and met the two cats: Edgar and Agatha. They've lived in the store since we opened in 2001. We closed the retail portion of the store earlier this year, and soon we'll be moving the inventory out of that space. Which means the cats have to move, too. Unfortunately, we've got a full house at home, including a cat who doesn't get along with Edgar and Agatha. We tried.If you or a friend would like to meet Agatha and Edgar, you can visit them at the store. Just email me at the address listed in my profile and I'll give you the particulars. I hope you can help these kitties find a home!
So we'd like to see if we can find a good home for these two cats. They don't need to stay together -- they'd be OK together or apart.
Both Edgar and Agatha are black and very affectionate. Edgar is the big one, about 25 pounds. (That's him on the left.) He's a lover, and loves to play. Perfect for someone who likes an active, friendly cat.
Agatha (at right) is smaller, and a more typical cat -- sleeps a lot, like laps, likes getting attention, but only to a point. She's very sweet.
Both cats have been indoor cats since 2001. They are about 10 years old. They are both in good health. Because they are so good-natured, we'd expect that they'd adjust to a new home immediately. They seem to get along well with other pets -- dogs and cats. They just don't seem to mind very much.
Because we love them so much, it is very important to us that they go to good homes.