Augustus and his siblings were taken into HOPE as frightened, motherless kittens, and he and Atticus (the two boys) are still the shyest of the bunch. Augustus usually does well when approached, but sometimes still gets spooked, but enjoys being held - he likes to feel secure in a blanket in your arms most of all! Augustus adores adult cats, his siblings, and has been around dogs. He has been neutered, received age-appropriate vaccines, tested for feline aids and feline leukemia, and microchipped. For more information please contact Jennifer at 617-697-5645 or email Mustloveshelterdogs@yahoo.com.
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