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Monkey Pants   

In shelter Cat

Montclair, NJ, 07042
Pet name:
Monkey Pants
Domestic Short Hair
Orange & White
Coat length:
Monkey Pants, Mr. Meow, and Marshmallow were rescued with their mother from an abusive situation in an industrial area. Their mother lost an eye, but ensured her kittens stay safe and happy, and you would never know anything bad had ever happened to these fuzzy kids. 
Monkey Pants and his littermates are now 20 weeks old, and are looking for their forever homes. Monkey Panrs and Mr. Meow are particularly bonded, and should be adopted together. These silly boys love to run and play and wrestle, and they need a home with the energy to match. Once they get their energy out they collapse and love cuddles and belly rubs, but play time is their favorite. Monkey Pants received his name because he loves to climb and explore, and he would be thrilled beyond belief if his new home had a large scratching post/climber for him to play on. 
The kittens are all healthy, FeLV/FIV negative, fecal tested and dewormed, and vaccinated. Their neuters/spay is included in the adoption donation.
Monkey Pants and his littermates are good with other cats, but scared of dogs. They are also scared of very young, energetic children, so a family with older or no kids would be the best fit.
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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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