Domino is quite the playful boy, and he especially loves to play with his brother Moo. They will wrestle and tumble together, and then collapse into a nap. They are always grooming each other, and cuddle together when sleeping.
Domino was found struggling with his brother Moo on the streets of South Los Angeles. He was brought to the South Los Angeles Animal Shelter to be surrendered. We rescued both of them and brought them into our Safe at Home program.
Domino is about two months old. Like all Stray Cat Alliance cats available for adoption, he has been neutered, is current on vaccinations, microchipped, and combo tested negative for FIV/FeLV.
Domino is very bonded with his brother Moo and they want to be adopted together. Please find a special place in your heart and your home for this pair of loving bonded brothers. They are ready to share a forever home with you!
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