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Adopt Nigel

Male Baby Domestic Short Hair

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Infinite Hope

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About Nigel

Nigel is a sweet, gentle little boy who may be a little shy until he gets to know you, but he cannot resist the magic of a cat dancer or wand toy - so that or some tasty treats is a quick way to his heart. He loves to play with his toys and his foster brother, Eric - but he also loves to snuggle up in your lap for some pets and chin scritches. Nigel is around 4 months old, neutered, vaccinated and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. He can be adopted with his friend, Eric, or to a home with another cat for company. Eric's info is here: https://www.petfinder.com/cat/eric-48914165/ny/brooklyn/infinite-hope-ny467/

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Name
Nigel
Age
Baby
Gender
Male
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
YES
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Habibi

Domestic Short Hair

Meet Habibi ! This little cutie was rescued from a bus depot in Brooklyn this summer, she is currently living in a foster home with a co... show more

Meet Habibi ! This little cutie was rescued from a bus depot in Brooklyn this summer, she is currently living in a foster home with a couple of adult cats, and a small friendly dog. She is looking for an adoptive home where there is already a young and playful cat for feline companionship. Habibi is about 16 weeks now, she has lots of energy, loves to play with plush mice crinkle foil balls, and springs, but she also cannot resist a dangling wand toy with her person at the other end! She is super smart, she runs to the door when her dog comes back from his walks, because she knows treats are offered! Habibi was born with a very mild case of cerebellar hypoplasia, it has not slowed her down one bit! She is just not the best leaper! CH will not affect her quality of life, and she has no special needs--she is just a little clumsy sometimes. She plays hard, she is fearless and frisky! When she is all tuckered out, she likes to take a snooze near her foster mom. She enjoys a kitty massage here and there, and often sleeps on the bed at night with her human and her pup. Our rescue group adopts out kittens in pair, but since Habibi has no litter mate to go home with, she MUST go to a home where there is an age appropriate cat looking for a pal. She is up to date with vaccines, and healthy, her spay and microchip are included in her adoption donation. show less