Manx/Breed Unknown
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Age: 9 Years   Sex: Male

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   Leave a treat for milo

sugar bear,my my,milo monster,

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

Orange Tabby

Being the Center of Attetion,Getting belly Rubs,Treats ,Playtime

He wants to be in the middle of everything[and will cry if he is not]

Favorite Toy:
His mouse that is tied on a spool of string (casting practice)

Favorite Nap Spot:
in the window sill,or wherever his favorite blanket may be

Favorite Food:
fancy feast,purina cat chow,temptation treats which i absolutely love.and various tidbits yams, peas,zucchini,asparagus,chicken,turkey it is all good to me,

meah meah meah, He loves to talk and chatter, yes Milo can laugh


Arrival Story:
The mother cat was quite shy of human contact. After my husband did some coaxing with chicken meat she became quite fond of us. We named her patches. Patches started to wait by our front door for us to let her in for free food and a bit of petting, we then realized she had kittens hidden somewhere. They were in our backyard under a bathtub that we raise fish in. She had a litter of 5 and they were about 2-3 weeks old. When my husband peeked in on the litter Milo was always the first to come out to greet him. The first time I peeked in all I could see was a ball of fur of all colors. Once a week I would go and check in on them, My husband was out there all the time. The kittens started to come out to say hi and before we could leave we had to scoot them back under the tub or they would follow us. Michael brought the whole litter in our apt. one night and that was it, they quickly went from outside to inside. Momma cat seemed O.K. with it. She spent most of her time indoors anyway, besides we had kids in the neighborhood that found out where the litter was and we were concerned that Patches would move the litter because of the prodding and poking of children. The Park Manager (that also was feeding her), was looking for the kittens and planed on taking them to a shelter when they got older. Well Michael and I was not about to let that happen. Soon after we adopted the kittens we had loving homes for all. We had more adopting families than kittens. Every body loved the kittens. When the kittens got a little bit older we would let their adoptive families take them for a couple of hours for bonding. But Milo was ours from the start, Michael would not have it any other way. It was hard letting his brothers and sister go, but it was necessary. Michael made sure each family was prepared and right for each kitten.

Lives Remaining:
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Forums Motto:
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I've Been On Catster Since:
August 31st 2007 More than 9 years!

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