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Freddie Mercury   

In shelter Cat

Tulsa, OK, 74147
Pet name:
Freddie Mercury
Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)
Coat length:
Freddie Mercury is a male, gray Tabby/Domestic Short Hair kitten. His estimated date of birth is March 13, 2022. Freddie Mercury is a genuine character and hogs all the toys similarly to his brother Elton John. He is a meow-er when it comes time to eat and asks repeatedly, “Wheres  the beef” at the door. When Freddie first arrived at ARF he had a horrible intestinal blockage due to eating litter because he and his siblings were starving but he has made a full recovery. You can tell hes super grateful to be alive and well - and shows you his affection willingly. He would do better in a home with one of his siblings to play and snuggle with unless he goes to a home with another young, outgoing cat to be his buddy.

Freddie Mercury and his 9 siblings were brought into ARF from an overpopulation issue where they didnt have access to the necessities. Luckily for these kittens an amazing foster stepped up and fostered the 7 "famous singer" kittens. While they didnt have enough food to fill their bellies, they were extremely affectionate right from the beginning and continue to flourish in their foster home. While he and his siblings are cautious with new people, they quickly start investigating their new visitors and quickly start to trust others. Freddie Mercury has a $100.00 adoption fee. KITTENS UNDER THE AGE OF 6 MONTHS CANNOT BE ADOPTED OUT OF THE IMMEDIATE TULSA AREA. 

Note: ARF reserves the right to deny any application that is deemed unsuitable for the animal. Please be aware that our animal adoptions are NOT on a first come- first serve basis. Our sole purpose is to find the best possible home for the animals that fall under our care. We do not ship our animals. All adopters are expected to come to Tulsa if approved. 

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