Domestic Short Hair
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Hi, my name is DJ. My littermates and I are orphans, found in a garage. Right now we are still being bottle fed, but are learning to eat from a bowl. As soon as we are weaned and earting on our own, we will be ready to go. We are all doing a great job using the litter pan, too! We have had our first deworming and will start vaccinations soon. I'm a little sweetheart. I like to explore a little on my own, but I don't stray far. I still like the comfort of someone nearby. It looks like I'm going to grow up loving attention from my humans.  I am the biggest of the bunch, but I'm not a bully. If you would like to make ame a part of your family, you will find the adoption application on this website in the menu on the left under website features.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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