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In shelter Cat

Tustin, CA, 92780
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Emma aka M and M’s

DOB 5/2021

Beautiful young calico that gave birth to 3 kittens on April 2 in a no pets allowed apartment complex. One of the tenants was concerned for their safety due to predators and neighbors, so they reached out for help. They were able to borrow and sneak in a large cage into a secluded patio and camouflage it so it was not noticeable.

 They set everything up inside that mommy and babies would need and spent a lot of time caring for them, holding and petting the kittens and giving Emma all the attention that she desired. Emma is very friendly, confident, and social. She had belong to somebody as a Kitten Who never got her fixed and abandoned her. She’s playful and enjoys toys and climbing up cat trees. She has fun playing with her kittens. She will come to you for attention, pets and affection. She’s been an excellent mother. Her kittens are Dove, Chocolate and S’Mores, and are now adoption ready. It would be great if Emma could get adopted with one of her kittens. Thanks to the help of the wonderful family in the apartment complex, Emma and her kittens will have a bright future.

Emma is very loving and just want’s pets.
She purrs non-stop and rubs up against you.


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