Protective father cat Maxie + mother Minnie

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Protective father cat Maxie + mother Minnie

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[Kittens: Monty, Penelope and Venus]

Maxie is a wonderful example of how protective father cats can be of their kids and their mother.

Maxie and Minnie were always seen together in a yard near an East London market, where Council staff fed visiting strays. We knew Minnie had been pregnant but, with no sign of her kittens anywhere, were worried they had perished. Thankfully, after a few weeks the 3 kittens started to appear with Maxie & Minnie but there was concern for the kittens’ safety in a yard where market traders with trolleys were going in and out. Never underestimate the ingenuity of a cat! Maxie was so protective of his kittens that he was seen moving them, one by one, into the shelter of a container away from the daily hustle and bustle of the market.

Maxie, Minnie and their kittens are now all together in our foster care.

They are a very playful family, clean and litter trained. The kittens are much calmer now but they are all a little bit wary and need to gain trust. Kittens may be best not to be with children where they might be pulled about.

They love playing with each other, and with their fosterer, on the stairs, chasing toys and they are a family of toe and finger nibblers, they don't bite. They curl up on the bed with their fosterer and like the electric blanket on.

Maxie & Minnie are a bonded pair, who are very affectionate with each other, and we would like to find them a home together.



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Name: Max & Minnie

Maturity: Adult/Kitten

Colour: Black

Approx. Date of Birth: June 2017

Gender: Male & Female

Breed: Doemstic short hair

Is the cat feral: No

Is the cat neutered: Yes

Is the cat microchipped: Yes

Is the cat vaccinated: Yes

Can live with cats: Yes, can live with one another

Can live with dogs: Unknown

Can live with a young family: No

Can live with a mature family: Yes, but best in an adult only home

Indoor only cat: No

Requires outdoor access: Yes