Mufasa is neutered, feline aids and leukemia negative and vaccinated, including 1yr rabies. Simba has been dewormed and vaccinated with his first shot. You'll receive a copy of vet records on both parents and certificate of vaccination. Your new family member will also go home with his favorite toys and a weeks worth of dry cat food to transition them onto your preferred brand.
Mufasa is an amazing boy I rescued when he was only 4wks young along with his sister who's the mother of the litter of American Bobtail kittens I have listed for adoption. Mufasa is neutered, tested negative for feline aids and leukemia, is vaccinated including rabies, dewormed and on flea prevention.
The only reason I'm rehoming Mufasa is because i'm losing my home due to my late father passing. The estate has closed on the property and now I must find a new home. I'm financially devastated due to caring for my disabled dad injuring my back numerous times which has left me unable able to work at the moment. So, I have no idea where I'm going to live hence I must rehome all of my beloved cats...
Mufasa is an amazing boy who is being an unbelievable father to his sister's kittens. He shares his food bowl with them, all of his toys and even his bed! He's constantly laying on the floor letting the kittens climb all over him, he Loves Grooming them and is even trying to teach them how to hunt as he's brought in two mice to begin teaching them. The kittens are strictly indoor companions but I've given Mufasa the freedom to go out in the evening for a couple hours as we live out in the woods and he stays close to the house. Mufasa and Simba have become quite bonded and I'm looking for a home where they can stay together. Simba is 10wks and is listed separately. Btw - Mufasa really likes catnip ;)
A joint adoption fee of $75 is being ask for Simba (listed as Achelous) who's 10wks and Mufasa who'll be two on July 4th. The pair is sure to bring you immense joy and love!
Created On: 06-07-2019
Updated On: 06-16-2019
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