From Pumpkin2’s foster mom, 08/31/16:
Pumpkin2 and her kittens (the birth date of kittens is 05/04/16 - Mumu is the only girl; the boys are Loki, Milo2, and Otis) have been with PAAW since 07/08/16, when the kittens were about 2 months old. Pumpkin’s birth date is estimated to be 07/07/15.
Their pre-PAAW history is that the owner of Pumpkin and another young female kitty moved away last Fall, abandoning the 2 unfixed females outside, where they lived until March or April, when a kind neighbor noticed they looked pregnant and brought them in her house.
Pumpkin is a very pretty calico who is shy and bonded with her daughter, Mumu. It’s been an obviously stressful life for her, being left behind at such a young age. She and the kits have been living in 2 two-story crates due to it taking a long time to get up-to-date on vaccines, as well as getting spayed/neutered/microchipped. (This morning Mumu was supposed to get spayed, but was deemed still too small, so she just got microchipped; we will try again 09/19/16. Her brothers and mom had this done 08/01/16). Plus, Pumpkin doesn’t seem thrilled with my own cats, and I hate to cause drama.
Even though she is shy, she does love to be pet and scratched, so once she gets into her furever home, she will lose that shyness and the loveable kitty inside will come out. Are you the new furever home for Pumpkin and Mumu? If not, it’s OK, but maybe you know someone who is. They are both up-to-date on vaccines and everything, other than Mumu still needing to get spayed.
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