~~This is the last boy from a litter of kittens brought to us from Troy, MO. A lady witnessed a dog kill their mama and was able to get to the babies before they met the same fate. All were bottle fed until I could get them to eat canned food and Tyson is the only remaining baby. Being black that is no surprise to this foster mama! He was also the more shy kitty of the group and will take a week or two to adjust to a new home. Once comfortable Tyson is very friendly and affectionate and playful, he loves to touch noses and lay up against my chest when I am doing chores in the room. I stop and cuddle and pet him for a bit and then he is ready for his canned food. . He loves to play chase, wrestle, get brushed and petted, loves the plastic toy with the ball inside and loves toy mice. This active boy should not be an only pet and another outgoing kitty would be just perfect. Tyson is pictured in my media room right after his treat of canned food and if you look closely you can see the food face on a boy more interested in getting to me than on washing his face! Tyson is neutered, up to date on kitten shots, negative for FIV and FeLV, micro chipped, treated for parasites, and ready for adoption! Tyson is Heartland #8251CL
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