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In shelter Cat

O'Fallon, City of Saint Louis, Missou...
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Brown Tabby
Coat length:
The ‘G’ Squad


This litter of five are from Bowling Green.  As with most rural shelters lots of unwanted critters are turned in either by people that do not spay and neuter their pets, or by people that find them and want to get them to safety.  Luckily for these five Heartland had room to take them in.  The staff up there were socializing the kitties and I was very happy they came in friendly and playful.  Maybe a bit demanding if I am too slow opening their canned food treat, but all very good kitties.  After completing all the necessary treatments of parasites they were seen by the vet and altered, micro chipped, tested for FIV and FeLV (negative), tested for parasites (negative), and they have had their first booster shot.  Date of birth is estimated at March 30th of this year.  The two gray kitties are male and are Gianni and Gradin, the black kitty is female and is Gelilah, the dilute tortie is female and is Geneva, and finally the brown tabby is male and is Geordi.  All are ready for adoption and would love to join your family!  Kids should be just fine, other kitties should be just fine with proper introduction, but I have no idea if there was ever any exposure to doggies.  Gianni is Heartland #12701CL, Geneva is #12702CL, Gelilah is Heartland #12703CL, Geordi is Heartland #12704CL, and Gradin is Heartland #12705CL.



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