She is fostered with several other kittens and really likes to play with the older ones most. She is not intimidated by their size compared to her. She and Gus wrestle a lot. She holds her own with him and does not back down.
She has been with dogs as well and is just fine with kitty friendly dogs.
This summer, we are offering 2 for one kitten adoptions. If you do not have any other cats, it is highly recommended that if you adopt a kitten, you should adopt 2 together. They bond quickly, play together when you are away, keep each other from getting lonely when you cannot be there. It helps them stay more socialized and more gentle. And two kittens provide hours of entertainment watching them play together. They can share a litter box, share food and a water bowl.
**For a limited time, all adoptions will receive a gift basket containing pet food and toys as well as a coupon book for $250 of savings on pet essentials at PetSmart, including a free bag of cat food (courtesy of PetSmart Charities)! Free stuff and a fuzzy best friend—who could ask for more??
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