Diamond's unusual coat resembles a squirrel's, with stripes only on his legs, face and tail. This strapping guy was born in May 2009 and has spent almost his entire life inside, bonding with his littermates. Reserved at first, he comes out of his shell to cuddle and talk. He learned his good manners from a surrogate mother--a very nice tabby queen who took over nursing after his Siamese mother was spayed and returned to her feral colony. Like his brother, Danny, he's grown up to be a big, lovable cat and together they will make a beautiful and loving addition to the right family.
Diamond and his brother Danny Boy are offered as a pair; a multi-cat discount will apply to the usual adoption fee.
Unless otherwise indicated in the description, this pet is already fixed and up to date on vaccinations. Dogs are on heartworm prevention and cats are tested for FeLV/FIV.
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