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Tiger was found on my daughters doorstep in 2005 while she was in college in Philadelphia. We all love animals but never had cats...but she took him in took him to the vet, had him neutered and decided to keep him after her efforts to find his home failed. The following year she moved in with a new roommate who said it was fine that Tiger lived with them. Well after a month the roommate decided she didn't like cats and wanted my daughter to take him to the shelter. My daughter was really upset and refused...I told her to bring him to us and well figure something out...she drove that night 5 hours and hes been with us ever since. Hes the sweetest cat there could be and thinks hes a little boy...I call him my little prince...hes so mellow and loves people and other animals. He was recently featured on freekibble.com...loves his picture taken...hes such a ham....We are so grateful he turned up on the doorstep..all those years ago..hes make our house a very happy home.
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