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Published on May 18, 2016
Mouse, along with his mom and siblings, came to the Salt Lake City Kitten Nursery as strays. Staff soon realized that Mouse was not only a little wild, he had a congenital deformity: His front legs were not developing normally. So, Mouse was placed into foster care.
He soon demonstrated that he was a brave and adventurous little guy – and admitted he liked being a house cat. Healthy, strong and at ease around others, Mouse was adopted by Lana and Curtis Crichton who fell in love with him at the Salt Lake Pet Adoption Center. Now this spunky little guy is one happy and very loved kitty. To learn more about adoption, go to bestfriends.org.
Best Friends Animal Society is the only national animal welfare organization focused exclusively on ending the killing of dogs and cats in America's shelters. A leader in the no-kill movement, Best Friends runs the nation's largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals, as well as lifesaving programs in partnership with rescue groups and shelters across the country. Since its founding in 1984, Best Friends has helped reduce the number of animals killed in American shelters from 17 million per year to about 4 million. By continuing to build effective initiatives that reduce the number of animals entering shelters and increase the number who find homes, Best Friends and its nationwide network of members and partners are working to Save Them All®.