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Milo is a Courtesy Post. Please contact Joan at (602) 300-1603 (calls and texts) Milo was a feral kitten trapped in the desert in November 2020. He has been living indoors with his mama and two male cats for the past 9 months. He is friendly and social, and is a chow hound. Feeding time is Milo's favorite time of day. He's a clunky, goofy boy that likes to rough house, but his mama is the only one willing to play with him because he's a graceless clod and doesn't know his own strength. He loves to play with strings and really likes to chase the laser light. He's an energetic boy with a very loud purr but a quiet meow. He does a lot of head bunting against your legs when he wants attention or food. He's been fine with dogs (to include dogs that are blind or deaf). He was neutered at Altered Tails in Mesa on Dec 5th, 2020. He tested negative for FELV, and received FELV #1, 1-yr Rabies, and FVRCP #1 that day. He was wormed with Droncit at Compassionate Animal Care on Dec 14th, 2020. He received FELV #2 and FVRCP #2 at Compassionate Animal Care on Dec 28th, 2020. He received his FVRCP #3 at Compassionate Animal Care on Jan 19th, 2021. Milo Breed: Domestic shorthair Color: White/Gray tabby Age: 15 months Sex: Male Spayed/Neutered: Yes Weight: 15 lbs. Vaccinations: Rabies 1-yr - 21Dec2020 Feline Leukemia 1-yr - 19Jan2021 Feline FVRCP 1-yr - 19Jan2021 Microchipped: No House Trained: Yes Milo is being rehomed due to his owner's declining health. Turning him loose where his current owner lives isn't an option due to the abundance of desert wildlife that prey on small animals. Adoption Fee $80, $125 for the pair
If you have any questions or would like to adopt Milo *Courtesy Post, please reach out to the adoption group directly. PetSmart Charities does not facilitate the adoption process. Thank you.