Darius was the tiniest of kittens when he was found alone in a yard near death. His body temperature was low and he was barely responsive. Fortunately, one of our experienced kitten rescuers rushed to his aid. As his body temperature warmed, he opened his dreamy eyes to find his new mom. Darius was bottle fed for several weeks and gradually found his "kitten self". He is now a playful, loving boy who is no longer flying solo. Two small friends Bloomer and Ferra joined him and they are now a playful pack of three.
Darius tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV, he will receive his first vaccines in late November and will be available for adoption shortly after.
If interested in meeting or adopting Darius, please contact foster mom Sue at 570-854-1909 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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