Tux will go to his new home with his favorite toy as well as a bag of the kitty food he likes:)
Note: Tux has not had his first vet visit. I usually let the adoptive family take care of the first vet visit so that they can choose the vaccines and other care for the kitties, as well as start with the vet of their choice/ the vet the kitty is going to be with long term. I can absolutely handle the first vet visit and vaccines, however, I do require an additional upfront fee of $100.
Tux, while not the largest of his litter mates, is by far the most observant and reserved. He has a wise and watchful attitude, and is the perfect match for someone who is looking for a quiet companion cat. He gets the name Tux from his beatiful black-and-white tuxedo print. Tux is part Siberian, and is long haired. His litter mates are Atticus and Jinx. Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to see more pictures :-)
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