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Please contact Donna (firstname.lastname@example.org), (908) 475-2606, (908) 910-0474 for more information about this pet.
Apricat and her brother Flanagan: the 1st couple months of their lives were very bad. They were found at an abandoned barn being fed water and bread. We found them starving, with pnemonia, infested with fleas, severe ear mites, very severe upper respitory and also had round worm which killed their sister. We rushed these kitties to our very good vet staff and they did not think they had a chance. One did die but Apricat and Flanagan made it. FURR is really proud of 'Warren Animal Hospital' extending their will and love for these animals.Apricat is the shy one. She watches what her brother does first and then if it is safe will join him. She loves to be picked up and shown affection and love. She just started to learn to purr. She loves to explore and play with her toys. She gets along very well with other cats and kittens and calm dogs. She would HAVE to have a companion for she watches and learns. So if you do not have another cat or calm dog, you could always adopt her brother Flanagan for these 2 just love one another. Apricat is utd on all her shots, wormed, tested neg. FIV/FELV and is spayed. She is going to be at Easton, Petco, PA this Saturday with her brother and all the other wonderful kitties there. We hold adoptions from 10-3, but hurry over there for she is so beautiful, these 2 will go very fast. For more info call Donna 908-475-2606 or e-mail email@example.com
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