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ER Tapper   

In shelter Cat

Eaton Rapids, MI, 48827
Pet name:
ER Tapper
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
ER Tapper is an adorable little black boy who is fun loving and very very sweet. 
He loves playing with his siblings--ER Tulip, Trax, Tart, Tulip, Trivia, Tort, and Terra.  The kittens were born on 7-13-22 to a young barn cat named ER Shadow who came to our rescue on 6-27-22, very pregnant, from an elderly couple who were overwhelmed by cats (all their other cats have since been neutered and the many litters of kittens have gone to another shelter, alleviating the said cat overpopulation.).  Shadow became very sick after giving birth (7-15-22) and had to have an emergency  surgery due to having a huge pymetria inside of her. Fortunately, her life was saved, and she could go back to nursing her eight babies. The kittens did have to be bottle fed as well. They have been handled since birth and are very lovable. 

Tappers adoption fee is $145 ($25 is a deposit that will be refunded after neutering), and includes neutering when he is 5-6 months old, a distemper combo (FVRCP) shot (9-12-22--CAHS), deworming (Strongid--9-12-22--CAHS), flea treatment (Advantage Multi--9-12-22--CAHS), and microchipping through 24petwatch (9-12-22--CAHS).  Mom tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV (7-15-22--Snows).

For more information on this adorable kitten,  please contact Jann at 517-410-0074 or at   A phone call or text will usually get fastest results.


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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