Paris and her two litter mates were rescued with their mother when their mother, who was feral, was noted to have a prolapsed uterus. The woman who had been feeding her called to see what could be done to help the mother cat, knowing that she would not survive long with this condition. We were able to capture the mother and three babies and the mother was spayed the very next morning.
The kittens were only 2 days old when they and their mother were rescued. As it was in the kittens best interest, we kept them with their mother in a foster home for the next 5 weeks. While the mother cat remained feral, the kittens would come to the front of their crate and interact with their foster mom. At five weeks of age, as the kittens were eating dry food well, it was decided that it was time to release the mother cat back to the environment from which she came. The kittens remained in their foster home until they had their second round of vaccines. The mother was tested for FeLeuk and FIV and was negative for both. They were then moved to the Adoption Center where they have been ever since. She is scheduled to be spayed and microchipped on 3/26/15.
While at the Center, the kittens have been socialized some with other cats and with small dogs. Paris is a little more shy and laid back than her brothers, but she is very social and oh, so sweet.
Paris and Rome (the orange tabby) is available for adoption. London, the grey tabby has already been adopted.
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