Lost and alone, Murphy picked a mail box and decided he wasn't going anywhere until someone rescued him. It looked like a friendly place with nice people so he decided to stay until they took him in. After seeing him there for a while, figuring he was lost the nice people brought "Murph" to Little Orphans. The little guy has fit right in, made some friends and now is looking for his forever home. He likes it OK here but we all know there is a family out there for Murphy. Born approximately 5/19/2016, Murphy has now been neutered, has tested negative for FIV and FeLV, is up to date on vaccines and is microchipped. If you would like to give a forever home to a wonderful, playful, and loving little fellow look no further, Murphy is your man! Just go to littleorphansanimalrescue.org and fill out an adoption application.
As is turns out, Murphy is not just another Black cat. He is a Black Smoke! B;ack Smoke cats start out black but eventually they start turning gray. We noticed a while ago that Murphy was growing GRAY hairs behind his ears. Now his sides are showing signs of turning gray as well. I have added a photo of the backs of Murphy's ears.
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