I was living on my own at the edge of a parking lot – barely 8 weeks old: hungry, filthy, and just about out of luck. That’s when I hit the Jackpot!
Some people were waiting to catch the shuttle to Fiesta Hermosa, when in an act of self-preservation; I darted out of the bushes and ran right up to a nice young woman. She took me on the shuttle with her and asked the volunteers at the PZF adoption area if they could help me. Well, of course! I was taken right up to their shelter area, bathed, given some real kitten food, and a couple of blood tests – not the fun part. For the first time I could remember I had a warm bed and a full tummy.
Now I am fixed, healthy, and ready for a real family of my own.
All of the PZF volunteers tell me how cute I am and I have to agree with them! I'm a friendly little boy and I enjoy being held and cuddled. I'll also purr for you at the drop of a hat. You'll find me to be an energetic and playful kitten who loves chasing toys around the floor as well as chasing my fellow kitten roommates. Since I'm still considered a kitten, I need to go to a home with another kitten so that I'll have a friend to grow up with. I look forward to meeting you at Peter Zippi where you can experience, first hand, my magnificent purr!
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