Mango was born sometime around May 21st, 2016. She was found in a mango box in the trash room of an apartment complex. The person who found her dropped her off at the local Petsmart, who then called Fancy Cats. She was placed in a foster home and bottle fed from the time that she was nine days old. Because she was so much younger than the other kittens and because she was a single kitten, she was quite spoiled in her early weeks. She loved taking her bottle and absolutely required a belly rub when she was finished eating. She had a small carrier that she was carried around in like a bassinet, going everywhere with the foster family… that is, when someone wasn’t holding her. She was held a LOT. She is now living right alongside the other kittens, learning how to be a cat, but she is also enjoying her time with the family and the family’s dog. She loves this newfound version of roughhousing with the other kittens, and at times, can annoy them with how much she wants to play. She still loves being held and petted and sleeping with her people though. She has bonded with her foster sister Marilyn and they are looking for a home together. They have completely fallen in love and spend all their time together. Whether it’s sleeping or playing (or being bad and climbing on the counters), they are always together. Please note that it is Fancy Cats policy that kittens be adopted in pairs or have an age-appropriate playmate in the home already. We also do not adopt kittens to families with children under six years old without seeing appropriate history/experience with cats.
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