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I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Tank was first spotted sitting at the side of a rural road with his brothers, and trying to hide behind his mother. The person who spotted this little group was not about to leave them there, so into the car they all went. Now happily adjusted to being an indoor kitten, Tank has professed his love for soft blankets and snuggles that go on for hours. When soft blankets and snuggles are in short supply, he will turn to wrestling or snuggling with his brothers Moo & Junior. Despite still being kitten-sized, Tank has a full-sized cat ego and believes himself to be bigger than he is - when they all gather around the food dish, Tank gives a growl to try and establish that it's HIS food dish. I say try, because he has yet to convince any of the others that he means it. Tank adores chasing after wand toys and is generally the first to catch it, no matter what obstacles (furniture, other kittens, food bowls, people, air molecules) might be in the way.
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