Maurice, along with his two brothers, Joey and Chip, and two sisters, Summer and April, were brought to our Adoption Fair at Pet Food Express on Stevens Creek one Saturday when they were only three days old by a former Town Cats Adopter, who found them in a field while doing volunteer clean up at their children’s local school. Needing critical care, they were put in the hands of one of our very gifted and dedicated fosters, Billie, who fed and nurtured them around the clock the first four weeks, every two to three hours, to make sure they stayed on their proper feeding schedule and received lots of human contact and attention.
Maurice has full freedom in the foster home during the day and gets along well with the two resident medium sized dogs, as well as the other resident adult cats in the house. Maurice is a very healthy, sweet, cuddly, little kitten. He is very social due to the many neighborhood children who come over to play with the kittens, and also being handled every day since birth.
They all love to be cuddled when playtime is over and it’s time for a nap, and are definitely lap kittens.
Presently Maurice and his siblings can only be Pre-Adopted/Reserved, but will be spayed/neutered and ready for their new homes on June 17th.
You can meet Maurice and his siblings at our Adoption Fair at Pet Food Express on Stevens Creek every Saturday from 1PM-5PM. Anyone interested is also welcome to meet Maurice in his foster home in Sunnyvale during the week by appointment. For more information, please contact Billie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408-203-2366.
Kittens that are able to remain with one of their littermates or a similarly-aged companion tend to be healthier and happier, and in the long run, better socialized pets than those who are isolated from others of their kind at an early age, so Maurice should be adopted with one of his other littermates.
We encourage people to Adopt Kittens in Pairs, so please consider--you won’t regret it!!
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