BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Twinkle and Tigger are up for adoption at the MDSPCA.

The two cats are a bonded pair. Both are overweight and need a little help with portion control and exercise.

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Tigger is 7-years-old and will use her “puppy dog eyes” to get what she wants.

Courtesy: MDSPCA

Twinkle is 6-years-old and is the more independent gal of the pair. She can be shy at first, but will warm up to her owner after some time.

Courtesy: MDSPCA

SPCA volunteers noticed Twinkle enjoys petting on her own terms and doesn’t like being picked up.

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They recommend she go to a home without young children because of her pickiness with being handled.

While being handled, Twinkles becomes over-stimulated by the attention so scratch her gently by the ears or chin, rather than full-body strokes.

Both cats are in the Lucky 7 program, which means their adoption fees are waived.

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