The first picture is of Wrigley, the second is of him, his sister Mitsy (adopted) and his brother Cubby Bear.
We estimate that our little Wrigley was born in Aug 2016 and is about 4 months old. His sister and brother are Mitsy and Cubby Bear (also shown on this site). Wrigley is an adorable black kitten with a little patch of white on his chest. He is currently living with his foster Mom Libby.
The third picture is the most recent of both Wrigley (front with white spot on his chest) and his brother Cubby Bear in the back (also on this site).
Wrigley is fully vaccinated, neutered and micro chipped. We welcome multiple adoptions from the same litter as our kitties always enjoy having a sibling with them. But he is OK to adopt by himself. Please email Libby directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information and/or meet Wrigley.
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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