Harry is one out of a family of 4 stray kittens born to one of my strays
that I have been feeding over a year. She was ear-tipped when she showed
up in the neighborhood. So I assumed she was spayed. Until a few weeks
ago when I saw her with 4 little babies. Because of the bad area where
they were living, traffic, unfriendly neighbors and coyotes, I decided
to take the entire family home with me and try to tame them and adopt
Harry is still a little shy and scared but getting better and more
relaxed every day. He loves to play with his siblings and always has a
good appetite. His favorite food is freshly cooked chicken. He looks
just like his brother Toby who is the mellowest of them all.
If you are interested in learning more about Harry or in adopting him, please click here to email his foster parent.
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