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Artimus - tiny blind kitten - Warren, MI

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Cat Artimus - tiny blind kitten - Warren, MI

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https://www.petfinder.com/cat/artimus-courtesy-post-52883683/mi/warren/4-paws-1-heart-mi797/ wrote:
Young Male Medium Black

About

Coat length
Short

Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.

Meet Artimus (Courtesy Post)
How could you not want to adopt this little dude! Artimus is looking for that very special family to love and cherish a kitten that due to a severe eye infection as a baby has left him totally blind! Look at that adorable face! He is a male, 4 months old, short haired black kitten who is neutered, utd on shots and he is litter box trained, and ready to find that special place to call his own. He is so full of love and just wants that special person who will love him for who he is, a loving, playful little guy. He would be better off with a home with no dogs or children. He is used to other cats so a companion would be nice. He can get around just fine, mother nature is nothing short of amazing for a blind kitten. If you would like to make Artimus a member of your family please contact me for adoption information at pattib7355@aol.com.


** Disclaimer The animal listed is under the care of an individual rescuer who has taken it upon themselves to find forever loving homes for animals they have rescued. The animal listed received medical treatment (vaccinations, testing, vetting, spaying/neutering, etc.) funded by 4 Paws 1 Heart. 4 Paws 1 Heart takes no responsibility for this animal under the ownership of the individual rescuer. Each rescuer makes the final decision as to adoption policies. It is always recommended that a donation (pay it forward) be made for any adoptions."
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