Both of my cats are the joy of my life. No one is happier to see me when I come home than them, even if it’s late in the evening. They will run to the back door to greet me. Buffy and Willow are sisters. I got them when they were just six weeks old and quite frankly wasn’t so sure that I should take them both. But, I’m glad I did. When I’m not around they keep each other company. They are both gray and white, but have distinctive differences. Buffy has almond shaped green-yellow eyes, is mostly gray with white patches and has a very laid back demeanor. She gets into very little trouble and seems to like to hide out. Willow is mostly white with gray patches and can be a demon on four paws. There is nothing that she won’t try to get into. On Willows’ face there is a lightening bolt shaped white spot running from her forehead to her nose. It is a very unusual marking and sets her apart from other animals. Both of my little girls have such soft, silky fur that it is a joy to pet them. Also, I could pick out which one is meowing without even looking at them. Poor Buffy sounds like her meow has been broken, either that or she stutters, and Willows’ is loud and clear. I am so glad that I have these two in my house. At times I could wring their necks, but I can’t imagine being without them.