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In shelter Cat

Staten Island, NY, 10308
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Orange & White
Coat length:
Eboy, Felix and Ralph are three affectionate adorable identical brothers who were rescued from the streets together with their five identical ginger brothers and their mom when they were only 3 days old. When we learned about the cat, who gave birth to her 7 kittens in front of her feeders house, we knew it would be hard for a mom to take care about 7 newborns and we brought the family to the foster home. We were right, the mom was very weak and dehydrated, which was not surprising with the 95 degrees outside. Their foster mom helped the mom to take care about the babies. When they became a little older we noticed Eboy had mobility problems, his back legs were not strong enough to hold his growing body and we rushed him to the vet. Luckily we learned Eboy did not have anything severe, but his muscles were weaker than it supposed to be for his age. His foster mom does physical therapy with him and his back legs are getting stronger and stronger every day. He runs and plays and chases his brothers. Ralph is the toughest guy. He decided he is the oldest one and takes care about Eboy and tiny Felix just like the human oldest brother would do! Felix is the smallest one in the litter and he will need a little bit more time till he will be ready for his forever home, but he is accepting the applications to the home with another cat or he can be adopted with one of our kittens. Ralph and Eboy available for adoption together only. If you are interested please complete an application online using the link below to arrange meet and greet


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