The first & second picture is of Mozart, the third picture is of Chex & Simba (Mozart is in the back) and if you are ready for cuteness overload, the fourth picture is an adorable group shot of all four kitties napping together in a loving huddle after several hours of fun and play.
Chex is a darker orange tabby, his brother, Mozart is a little lighter. Simba is the gray tabby and Cheshire is the little all black kitty.
Mozart is fully vaccinated, neutered and micro chipped and ready for adoption to find his forever home. Please contact us to meet him. We welcome multiple adoptions if you are interested in adopting more than one from this litter.
Each of All 'Bout Cats adoptables receive the very best medical care and evaluation. Each cat is thoroughly examined by a veterinarian; spayed/neutered; fully age appropriate vaccinated; tested for FeLV and FIV; and microchipped.
It is the policy of All 'Bout Cats, Inc. that potential adopters fill out an Adoption Survey in order to be considered to be a forever home. We reserve the right to determine the best home for each cat based upon the interview process. One of our Cat Adoption Team members will conduct the interview and review your survey. It is possible that they may recommend a different cat more suitable for your household. Going through this process is not a guarantee of approval of a particular cat. All 'Bout Cats, Inc. reserves the right to refuse any adoption that isn't in the best interest of the cat based upon standardized policies and procedures of our organization. Once the process is complete, we will then arrange for you to visit your desired cat.
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