"Charger" & her kitty friend "Dodger" had been surviving for months around a Fast Food Restaurant parking lot where they would seem to "Charge" towards any open car doors that she saw and "Dodge" traffic. CPA learned of these 2 kitties and requested that the Feeder bring them to us. Unfortunately, both Charger and Dodger had just delivered their litter of kittens at that time, which meant a waiting period to find where their babies were located. Mama Charger had 4 kittens (Catalina, Sonata, Mustang and Lincoln). Mama Dodger had 3 kittens (Lexus, Mercedes and Camaro). Every day Charger would cross a very busy 4 lane highway to find food at the Fast Food parking lot so her body could feed her 4 kittens. Luckily some very dedicated Animal Lovers got this kitty family to safety for us. Mama and babies seem very happy to be safely indoors in their Foster Home with plenty of food and love available. All of Charger's kittens are now in Forever Homes, now it is time for Charger to go home.
Charger is only 1 year old herself...babies having babies. She is a very sweet kitty and was a great Mama who protected her babies. Her Foster Mom says that she LOVES attention from her human and would choose to sit in your lap over playing, which she enjoys as well as any kitten. Charger loves to share "chin kisses" when she is cuddling. She is continually kneading when she receives pets. She promises to bring lots of love and happiness to her Forever Family.
Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccinations, microchip, test for feline leukemia, de-worming, de-fleaing, etc.
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