DOB: Approximately 5/3/2016
FIGLIO, FRATELLO & RENATO were born on the property of a junk yard in Gloucester City, NJ. They were trapped and fostered by me when they were approximately 7 weeks of age. All three came around quickly and I can pet, hold, kiss, snuggle and play with them all.
Figlio is a total love bug! He's so sweet that he purrs all the time. He LOVES to play fetch with his 2 favorite toy mice (which I will provide the new owners) until he's too tired to play anymore. He also likes playing with a wand toy. He always runs to me when I enter his room and he likes to climb into my lap. He loves wet food and treats, and likes to be scratched at the base of his tail. He has a lot of energy & he is smart! He has a beautiful coat and an adorable mustache. He answers to Figs and Figsy. He's the only one who answers to his name. (black, brown & white tabby)
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This cat has tested FeLV/FIV. negative, is current on vaccinations, parasite-free and litter-box trained.
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