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Kit Kat has succeeded our beloved Allie Cat, who has a new legal residence. But like Allie, Kit Kat was an orphan. Allie had been found near a parking garage in Portsmouth, and Kit Kat came from a backyard in Virginia Beach. His mother probably gave birth to him in August 2003, because he was found in September around the time of Hurricane Isabel. It’s a miracle he survived all that trauma. It may account for the fact that, despite his size (close to 13 pounds), he is very afraid of strangers and hides when visitors come to his house. When Andrew Hook and his family took him in, he weighed 1 pound, 5 ounces. He now is one of 5 cats the Hooks have adopted. He joins 1 found in Chesapeake, 1 found in Williamsburg, and 2 found in Savannah, GA. Their stories relate to the 2 Hook daughters who could never resist helping a stray.

If you have any pet or animal questions you’d like to ask Kit Kat, please feel free to contact him at kitkat@hooklawcenter.com or fill out the form on this page.

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