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Nala 05-4234 (Mom with 5 kittens)   

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Fremont, Alameda County, California, ...
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Nala 05-4234 (Mom with 5 kittens)
Domestic Medium Hair
Calico or Dilute Calico
Nala is very friendly social calm and sweet at her foster home. She adjusted fast. Nala is a very pretty calico and great mom.  She is also friendly with foster home's 2 small cat friendly dogs (20 lbs).
  5/3/21 Update: Nala give birth at 5:30 AM. 4 white(ish) and 1 grey tabby.
 Nala had a possible spider bite on her cheek.  She had vet care and treatment and the swelling went away.  Fine now.
  6/24/21 update: Nala is very smart and confident.  She was a protective mom of her kittens to other cats but is now calming down now being around foster home's other cats. Not sure if she needs to be a only cat or can adjust to another cat in a home when her kittens are grown..  Maybe a good candidate to be adopted with one of her kittens.
 All healthy and nursing. More info. to come after her vet exam. She will not be ready until her kittens are 8 weeks old.

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