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Minnie is one of 4 kittens in a litter that was rescued from a school ground. Their mother had been spayed and it was not til the vet had done the spay that she told the rescuer that mom cat had a litter. The kittens were located by walking around the school meowing, as soon as their rescuer came close they all meowed back to her. Minnie was one of the initial ones caught and brought back to be fostered.
Minnie is a fun, curious, adventurous, cuddly boy kitten. He loves his foster Mom and always wants to be with her. He plays with his brother and 2 sisters and they have a grand time with all their new toys. He is all black in color except for some special scattered white hairs on his body, so cute! He is a lovable fun handsome boy.
Attached is a picture of just Minnie and also one with his sister Ennie.
To learn more please contact is foster Mom, Linda at cell 925 708 3881 or email email@example.com
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