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In late April, two stray cats from our neighborhood that we had been slowly befriending, gave birth. The first one (Boots) gave birth to five kittens in our backyard in a plastic milk crate, as the second (Memphis) waited nearby to give birth to her own litter. We quickly moved furniture out of our extra room and brought this cat family inside. We knew the Arizona heat would set in soon and didn't think they could survive outside. We were worried the moms would get protective once Memphis gave birth (four kittens arrived a few days later), but the exact opposite happened. They became parents together, nursing all nine kittens, almost in shifts, taking turns to raise them all as one large litter.
Felix is a traditionally good looking tuxedo kitten who enjoys hanging out on the top of the cat tree. He can be very active and sociable when the time is right after he gets to know you. He loves climbing, but doesn't seem to be as interested in other toys. He is a cat that could be alone for the majority of the day while his human is at work, and could be a single cat.
Good with Cats: Does well with other kitties and would be happy to have a fellow feline inthe home.
Good with Dogs: Has not met a dog.
Good with Children: Has not been around children although anticipate children over age 6 who are kitty-friendly should be fine.
Health information: All cats and kittens will be spayed or neutered, FeLV / FIV tested, receive vaccinations appropriate for age, preventative deworming, and microchipping prior to adoption
PetSmart Adoption Centers: For more information on our locations, visit http://www.savingonelife.org/adopt/adoption-centers/.
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