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One night my daughter and I were out walking our twin tuxedo kitties, Shadow and Phantom. This scrawny little tuxedo, who looks almost identical to my boys walks up and says hello to Phantom. He then went over to my daughter and gave her loves and headbutts. I picked him up, he was so skinny and dirty. He looked miserable. We live in Phoenix, it's very very hot. I asked my daughter to get him some food. She brought out a can of Friskies and he devoured it, then continued to love and headbutt us both. He and Phantom seemed to get along well and Shadow just ignored him. SO I decided to bring him inside. We set up a place for him in my daughter's room, just in case he didn't get along with Shadow. He drank and drank and drank and then ate some dry food. And spent the entire night nuzzling and sleeping with my daughter. I noticed he was skittish about fast movements and wouldn't jump up anywhere unless he was invited. His tail was bent, like it had been hurt. Well it's been a few weeks and Shade is now healthy and happy. He gets along great with the other boys. They look like they're all from the same litter. I think this baby was meant to find us. Somehow he knew we were kitty people. He's now spoiled rotten, jut like the others. He's a very good kitty, too!
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