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Catillac – Adopted
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Catillac – Adopted

Honda, Trixie, Fiat, and Catillac were born on 11/21/2018. They are friendly and fun-loving. Honda, Fiat, and Catillac are not afraid of big dogs, Trixie is a little more reserved, but if she's raised around them, she'll be great with dogs. The kittens are all Mariposa's babies. Fiat and Honda love to sit on your lap and Catillac loves to sit on your shoulder like a parrot. Trixie likes to play and will sleep by you, but is not a lap kitten like her brothers. They love toys and use the litter box every time.

Trixie – Adopted
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Trixie – Adopted

Honda, Trixie, Fiat, and Catillac were born on 11/21/2018. They are friendly and fun-loving. Honda, Fiat, and Catillac are not afraid of big dogs, Trixie is a little more reserved, but if she's raised around them, she'll be great with dogs. The kittens are all Mariposa's babies. Fiat and Honda love to sit on your lap and Catillac loves to sit on your shoulder like a parrot. Trixie likes to play and will sleep by you, but is not a lap kitten like her brothers. They love toys and use the litter box every time.

Mary Lou – Adopted
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Mary Lou – Adopted

Mary Lou and her four kittens were trapped by ASU students who partnered with AZ CARE Rescue to help reduce the local cat population by placing the kittens born on campus into care and working to trap/neuter/release (TNR) the feral adult cats on the Polytechnic Campus.

Mary Lou was thought to be feral and went through a TNR program before being brought into care. During her recovery it was discovered that she had a sweet disposition and was a great candidate for rescue. She has the tipped ear, universal sign of an altered feral cat, but the heart of a house cat. It is speculated that she once was a house cat who was released on campus.

Dahlia – Adopted
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Dahlia – Adopted

Dahlia - Dahlia was a kitten with AZCARE. She has been adopted and returned a couple of times-through no fault of her own. There was a breakup, a move, and most recently a medical condition that the owner was unable to afford treatment for. She is very sweet girl who has known so much love and just needs her forever home!!