Dewey (once known as Voodoo) was found with his mom and siblings in the street curb of a neighborhood. Mom was doing her best to protect her babies, but they were all starving. All have found forever homes except for Dewey and his brother, Huey.
Born about May 30, 2013, Dewey is a big boy at 12lbs. But, he's a big baby still as he's very cuddly with both his foster mom and the other cats in the home. Dewey and Huey were once nicknamed the Ninjas because of their crazy antics. They're still very interesting, but seem to have come out to the other side of their wildness phase. These guys are part siamese, so they tend to talk a bit, but not annoyingly so - just letting you know they have something to say!
We ask for a $75 adoption fee that helps pay for the vetting of other needy cats and kittens, all of which come up to date on their vaccinations, are FIV and FeLV negative and are spayed or neutered - just as these have been.
If you would like more information about this cat, please call 662-342-9448, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a pre-adoption application here: http://desotoanimalrescue.org/cat-adoption-application.html and someone will contact you as soon as possible. Thank you
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