Comet is white, light brown, and black and about 2 and a half years old. He is very timid and skiddish (he has come a long way since I rescued him from the shelter). Shoulders are his favorite spot to hang out. He loves to play with toys and hide in tunnels.
Midnight is only about two months older then Comet, but he is the more dominant of the two. He is mostly black, but does have some brown and white. He does not love toys as much, but prefers attention and likes being brushed and having his nails cut.
The boys are very much so bonded and they often play with each other. While Comet does try to mess with Midnight sometimes, they hate being apart. They both love fresh vegetables but are very picky, as I did not get them until they were already grown (I do not think their previous owners knew how to take care of them). They can both get pretty vocal, especially if they hear something plastic and crinkly.
They both know their names and have very individual and funny personalities. They like floor time, but mainly spend their time in their fairly large homemade CxC cage.
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