This rare kitten found by Sophia along Sengkang West Ave on 31st Oct 2009 9.30 am after a previous night of heavy rain. She brought him to Dr. Kasey Tan @ Mt Pleasant Clinic (Springside) for a check. According to Dr. Tan he was few days old but in good health & shape.
He was taken in by a lady to foster but “unfortunately” that lady claimed that her children has allergy therefore couldn’t help anymore. She even tried rehoming him.
Sophia emailed MC and Caren told her to call me 🙂 so Bravo was handed to me on Saturday 14th November 2009 afternoon. The caregiver who cared for him probably did not have much experience handling him. Milk fed all came out through the nose due too much at one go. This may choke him.
Bravo is lucky in a way, he inherited the bottle of liquid synermune Colostrum from Rosy-J.
He is a very good baby like big sister Omi. No problem feeding and cleaning him. Now we feed him 4 times a day, I will feed before I leave for work, Terry will feed the 3 pm n 7 pm slots. I will give last feed at midnight. Hope he will grow up as playful and as healthy as sister Omi.
Are Calico Cats Always Female?
Can a calico cat ever be male? Yes, in rare instances. In this situation, the cat has two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome (XXY). Cats with this chromosomal configuration are usually sterile (not able to breed). This is similar to a condition in humans called Klinefelter’s syndrome, or XXY Syndrome.