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I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Lover Boy is a sweet, loveable, playful little male kitten who's had a very tough start in life. He and his littermates, Hunter and Runner, were born in late December , 2011, or January 2012. They are all gray tigers, and look like triplets. They were rescued when they were 8 weeks old, from a very bad situation. They have been shuffled between various shelters for about 1.5 months, and are now, finally, in a wonderful foster home. However, they would all love to have purr-manent homes, with fur-ever families of their own.
Lover Boy, as well as his brothers, get along well with other cats. They have been around dogs and seemed to be just fine. They all crave human attention and love, and are SO happy to return that love.
Lover Boy has developed a strong bond with his brothers, and would love to be adopted with at least one (or both?) of them. A motto in cat rescue is :'Two or more are ten times the fun of one.' They entertain each other - especially when their humans want to sleep or work, and they also provide comfort to each other while adjusting to a new home and family. All 3 can be seen in the second picture.
Hunter, Runner, and Lover Boy are vet examined, healthy, de-wormed, up-to-date on vaccines, and feline leukemia/FIV negative.
If you would like to meet any or all of them, please contact their foster mother directly: Lisa, 570-205-1585 or Email: Muddpeewee@yahoo.com. References and a home visit is required prior to adoption. Lover Boy is anxiously awaiting that special family to find him and invite him into their home.
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