Thumper and Kaboom were born April 2012 in a motel parking lot off I-5 in the valley. I frequently stopped overnight there on the way to care for my ailing father... the local homeless cats seemed to have figured that out and would leave their kittens behind for me to rescue.
Kaboom is a long-haired, russian-blue mix with a little white blaze on his face. He's shy and reserved at first and will do best in an adult-only home with experienced cat person. A beauty Wants to be only
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