Lobos is one of three of the kittens found on piece of property where cats and kittens are often dumped. At about 8 weeks old, they were not trusting of humans and took some time. Once they were social, they had a GI issue to work out. Thanks to a dedicated foster from Oak Harbor and her patient husband, all three boys are very socialized and ready for forever, loving homes.
Lobos has been neutered, microchipped, tested for feline leukemia and felne AIDS, treated for fleas, ear mites, and worms, is current on vaccinations. The adoption fee is $120, cash or check.
Indoor only homes are wanted for Lobos' entire life. He has gotten along well with other cats in foster care and is expected to do well with well-behaved dogs, too.
To meet or adopt Lobos, please contact foster mom Gail at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-420-2183.
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