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In shelter Cat

Hamilton, NJ, 08619
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Luis and Theo are brothers that were born to a feral mom.  They were handled and nurtured as often as possible while remaining outdoors until the homeowner was able to find a rescue for them.  Luis is and orange tabby with white markings 12 weeks old.  Theo is white with grey/black tabby markings.  They both LOVE toys and food.  Luis and Theo are thick as thieves and will often be found playing together, napping together or getting into the snacks whenever possible.  They are very friendly and enjoy pets and are comfortable being held.  They are both neutered, up to date with vaccines, FIV/FeLV negative and litter trained.  Please note, they will only be adopted out as indoor pets.

Applicants must live within 60 minutes driving distance of Hamilton, NJ to be considered. A vet check will be conducted for each application and a solid vet history for current and past pets will be verified.

If you would like to meet LUIS, or for more information, please email and submit a non-binding adoption application
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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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