Hello there. My name is Pippen. I'm a tiny little tuxedo kitten with little white toes and long white whiskers. They tell me I am too adorable for words, and I look like a cross between a monkey and a hamster. I was found stuffed into a bird cage on a patio in the hot sun with 20 other kittens. It was not a great beginning, but then Kitten Rescue saved us and life got better! Even though I am little, I love to play with the other kittens in my foster home, including the bigger kittens. Sometimes I get beat up because I am so small, but I go right back in for more! I am no quitter and I don't back down easy! I'm not even scared of the two dogs in my foster home (they are small and calm though, I am not sure how I would feel about large or high-energy dogs, but with proper introduction I think I would probably be fine). When I am not playing, I love to cuddle and be kissed, and I can purr up a storm. I promise if you adopt me you will love me and I'll love you forever and ever. Please come and meet me. Thank you! Love, Pippen.
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