MANGO NEEDS A FOSTER OR FOREVER HOME!!!!
Name: Mango Breed: Orange tabby
Approximate Age: 5 years old SEX: Male
Approximate Weight: 15 lbs Coloring: Orange tabby
Has Lived With: Unknown Type of Hair: Short
Currently Living at: Temporary foster home - Mango needs a foster home, or better yet, a furever home ASAP!
Mango is a five year old neutered orange tabby that has his claws and knows his name. His nickname is 'Accordion Kitty' because it isn't until he stretches out completely that you see how big he really is! He weighs almost 15lbs but is a tall and long cat. He's talkative, incredibly affectionate and very cuddly. His favorite activities are chasing mousie toys, eating catnip and having clean water. One quirk of Mango's is that he loves fresh water so much that he will intentionally put dry food in his water bowl and cry about it so that he can get a fresh bowl of water!
The adoption fee for this cat is $150 ($275 for two cats or kittens adopted together), which includes the cost of routine vetting. If you are interested in adopting, please download our Adoption Questionnaire and email it to Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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