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9/1/16 Parker has a new pic. He is getting cuter by the minute with those white booties and playing at the Paws and Claws Pet Store with his siblings and other Tree Tops Rescue cats. They love all the custeromers coming in and paying them attention but Parker needs his forever home so he can cuddle up to someone at night instead of being in the store with no one to sleep with. You can go visit him at the store first to see if he'd be a good match and also check out the other cats needing a new home too. Applications are online to fill out.
8/17/16 Parker, Percy, and Peter are 3 tabby & white brothers. They are now neutered and up to date on shots and were tested FeLV/FIV negative. They are now older and bigger than in the pictures- updated pics coming soon.
Parker- black tabby with a little mustache
Percy- most white- tabby with white belly
Peter- gray tabby with white mittens
June 2016: Boys- Pepper - gray tabby with white collar, Peter- gray tabby with white mittens, Percy- light tabby with white chest, belly & paws, Parker- dark tabby with little mustache.
Pepper & Peter are very affectionate and outgoing. Percy is a little more cautious but is warming up. Parker is still a little fireball, hissy with new people, but he also hisses when playing withat his toys, so it may be his personality.
All 4 boys have recived their first distemper vaccinations, been wormed twice and are being treated for an intestinal parasite. For FeLV/FIV we tested the two biggest, and both were negative for FeLV/FIV.
5/11/16: This litter of gray tabby & white kittens were born about a month ago to a neighborhood stray who came into a house through a cat door and decided to raise her litter in their basement. All are variations of gray tabby with white, 2 girls and 4 boys. Pictures will be posted later of them indiviudally but the one posted is from one of last year's kittens from the same family of stray cats.
They are starting to eat solid food and volunteers are working to get them more used to people. They will be ready for adoption in a couple week once they are fully weaned, received their first vaccination, and have been tested for FeLv/FIV.