I was born 4/28/2015 and then abandoned along with my mom and siblings at the college where my rescuer works. We were scattered in the tall grass as the mowers were working. Some students found us and contacted my rescuer. She hid us until the end of the work day and then took us home. It rained that night and flooded the grounds. If we had stayed out there we would not have survived the lawnmower or the flood.
I'm so glad we are all safe and well cared for in our foster home. I love to play and tackle my siblings. I love lots of toys. I run all over the place and fly through the air tackling anything that moves. I love lots of people attention and I love to pester the dogs and other cats. I have discovered birds but am not too sure I like them. I am a typical kitten and I am learning to do things such as stay out of trouble, use the litter box, and not attack feet or climb people like they are trees.
I have been spayed, microchipped, and am up to date on all my shots. Now I'm ready for my new home! I hope it will be filled with lots of toys, and love, and someone to play with. Could that be you?
Then please fill out an application for me, MOLLY, at http://www.animalalliesoftexas.org/adoption-application/
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