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Athena   

In shelter Cat

Chicago, IL, 60640
Pet name:
Athena
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Domestic Short Hair
Date:
08/30/2022
Colors:
Tortoiseshell
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Description:
Athena and Aphrodite were abandoned by the train tracks in Mokena, Illinois. They were surrendered by a concerned citizen who saw them panting in the heat. They drove them all over the city looking for shelter, but everywhere was full. Athena was also pregnant at the time and gave birth here in the Center in late July. Her current kittens are still looking for their forever new homes! Her kittens are all males, Demetris, Lander, Leo, Nicos, Zoe and Flash. Aphrodite (black) is her daughter who she spends a lot of time cuddling with. The pair’s father and brother were also surrendered with them (Zeus and Poseidon), and they have all been hanging out as a family unit. They are so sweet and friendly. Wed love to start getting this family into their happily ever afters. Athena, Aphrodite, Zeus & Poseidon can go into homes alone however, the kittens will have to be adopted in pairs or with one of their older family members. The kittens are ready for pre-adoption but they will not be fully ready to go home until mid-September.

Location


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