I wanted to introduce you to the newest member of the family. This is Maddox. He’s about three months old. He’s been here for about two months or so.
I lost my Lexie in January and wasn’t really sure that I was ready for another cat. My daughter, though, has lots of semi-feral kitties out at the ranch and she picked one out for me from one of the litters.
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Maddox was super tiny when I first got him. He was barely weaned. He had to be young because, if he was much older, it wouldn’t have been easy to change the feral ways.
I purposely tried not to get too overly attached to him because he was so small and I didn’t really know if he would survive. Of course, *that* plan FAILED miserably because I was in love within hours! ha!
Because Maddox was semi-feral, I had all the tests and blood tests done at the vet to ensure that he is healthy. It turns out that he is completely healthy and all tests were negative.
Maddox is a super cat. Christian and I are really enjoying him and I think he’s enjoying us just as much. He was definitely the right decision at the right time.
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