P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
Well, my search is over..I found my two new children.
They are Maine Coon mix - boys and litter mates about 3 months old. The darker one is Dillon and the buff color one is maybe Daren or Doiran or something else with a D, Have any suggestions?
Dillion is right at home.. What a doll. The brother is a bit more timid, but is coming around. He'll be fine in a day or so. I just want him to come around on his own terms. You just can't rush it. They have met Jessie and they are fine. The dobes met Dillon briefly... I knew I would need the weekend for all to settle in and become friends. At present, they are sharing a room with my 95 year old Aunt Millie.
I took these pics this afternoon.
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