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Adopt Julius

Male Baby Domestic Short Hair / Domestic Short Hair

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Alamo Heights Animal Care Services

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About Julius

Before Julius was rescued he was wandering around Alamo Heights unsure of where his next meal would come from or if he would be able to find a safe place to sleep. Even though he was scared of people at first he was curious enough to come out of hiding and catch the attention of some kids playing in front of their house. After spending time in multiple foster homes Julius has blossomed into a very affectionate, playful and outgoing kitten who is definitely living up to the hype that orange tabbies are amazing cats! He loves playing with other felines and like most kittens he can be a little apprehensive until he is familiar with a new environment. Julius loves chin rubs, butt scratches and will even offer his tummy for pets once he flops into snuggling position. Julius is ready to share his love and exuberant personality with his forever family. Could you be the lucky ones?

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