Michael is the baby of the family, and is the most social and affectionate. His desire is to find a home where he can have lots of attention and cuddles. He and his three other litter mates were left in a box in the middle of a street and without any food or water. Two teenage boys drove by and saw the box in the street. Thankfully they stopped to investigate and heard the kittens' tiny meows. The boys rescued these helpless little ones and AAR was able to take them into the foster program until they were old enough for adoption.
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