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Easily adopt Mr. Greenjeans at Cats for Life, Inc. and be a part of the pet adoption, animal rescue and welfare movement.

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Houston, TX
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Mr. Greenjeans

Mr. Greenjeans was acquired by Mary Kay, president of Cats for Life, through one of those neighborhood.com "free kittens" ads.  Many kittens will die as a result of something like that, for many reasons.  Mr. GJ and his siblings had a parasite called coccidia, which can cause kittens to become dehydrated and die, or someone who acquired the "free" kitten could have gotten tired of the diarrhea that coccidia can cause and thrown them outside. 

Mr. GJ and his siblings are all rid of the coccidia now and very healthy.  Mr. GJ, along with siblings, is extremely loving, playful, just a wonderful, wonderful little kitten.  Lots of times foster mom has had to socialize feral kittens, but these guys were all socialized very well by the person who advertized them. 

There are four of them, and Mary Kay would love to adopt them two and two.  Mr. GJ would do very well with his brother, Russian Blue Cubby.  Look at other pics and video to see how much they love each other. 

The adoption fee for Mr. GJ alone (will only adopt him out by himself if there is another very young animal in the house for him to play with) is $90.  If you adopt both Cubby and Mr. GJ together, the adoption fee will be $150.  Mr. GJ is neutered, combo tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV, treated for parasites, all shots and microchipped.  You can e-mail Mary Kay at mkhendricks1@comcast.net or call her at 713-453-8621.

Cats for Life, Inc.

P.O. Box 96394, Houston, TX 77213
(713) 453-8621
mkhendricks1@comcast.net
http://catsforlife.rescuegroups.org


Easily adopt Mr. Greenjeans at Cats for Life, Inc. and be a part of the pet adoption, animal rescue and welfare movement.

Mr. Greenjeans

Available

Houston, TX

Mr. Greenjeans was acquired by Mary Kay, president of Cats for Life, through one of those neighborhood.com "free kittens" ads.  Many kittens will die as a result of something like that, for many reasons.  Mr. GJ and his siblings had a parasite called coccidia, which can cause kittens to become dehydrated and die, or someone who acquired the "free" kitten could have gotten tired of the diarrhea that coccidia can cause and thrown them outside. 

Mr. GJ and his siblings are all rid of the coccidia now and very healthy.  Mr. GJ, along with siblings, is extremely loving, playful, just a wonderful, wonderful little kitten.  Lots of times foster mom has had to socialize feral kittens, but these guys were all socialized very well by the person who advertized them. 

There are four of them, and Mary Kay would love to adopt them two and two.  Mr. GJ would do very well with his brother, Russian Blue Cubby.  Look at other pics and video to see how much they love each other. 

The adoption fee for Mr. GJ alone (will only adopt him out by himself if there is another very young animal in the house for him to play with) is $90.  If you adopt both Cubby and Mr. GJ together, the adoption fee will be $150.  Mr. GJ is neutered, combo tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV, treated for parasites, all shots and microchipped.  You can e-mail Mary Kay at mkhendricks1@comcast.net or call her at 713-453-8621.

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Cats for Life, Inc.

P.O. Box 96394 Houston TX Houston TX 77213
(713) 453-8621 mkhendricks1@comcast.net
http://catsforlife.rescuegroups.org