1/31/17 - will be keeping this kitty; no longer avail. EB
Check out these beautiful polydactyl cats!! They've both got lots of extra toes & big mitten-feet! They are mother and son & are looking for a home together.
Their building was demolished! They lost their home not too long ago when the apartment building in Green Township (Cincinnati) that they lived in was demolished. Sadly, their mom (older/limited income) had to relocate to an apartment that didn't allow pets; and they were left alone for awhile until demolition day. Then these indoor-only kitties escaped and found themselves outdoors, fending for themselves for several weeks until they could be found by their current foster mom.
Nicholas is about 7 years old, likes attention, in fact he loves kids and dogs. The female is Jasmine, around 8 years old; (she's the mother of Nicholas). She's short haired, somewhat shy around other cats but not around the dogs at her foster home. They are getting used to the younger kids in their foster home, both are OK with older ones. She's Nicholas mom & they are extremely bonded together. Jasmine grooms & washes her son everyday and looks for him if he leaves the room.
If interested, please contact Cheri at CheriHadley2002@yahoo.com
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