This regal pair of Siamese (Seal point & Chocolate Point) came in to Battersea due to the ill health of their elderly owner.
They have led rather sheltered lives and were somewhat shocked at their change of circumstances, so we have given them their own room to relax in. William is far braver than his half-sister Mary, and will try to have all the attention and strokes for himself, which is why there should be a minimum of two people in their next home, so that Mary can get a look-in.
They are extremely noisy, as you would expect, and potential owners should take their neighbours into consideration before thinking about rehoming them.
They will need a secure, safe garden, roof terrace or balcony and have experience of Siamese or of similarly vocally demanding and attention-seeking breeds who should not be left on their own for a long working day.
As they have never lived with children, an adult household would be ideal. William has a heart condition and prospective owners will need to speak to a Battersea vet prior to rehoming.