Hi! My name is Chrissy! It used to be Hissy Chrissy because after foster mommy found me I hid behind the toilet for 2 weeks and hissed at her. I was such a scared baby! I sure did warm up to her though, every time I get petted, picked up, or even looked at, I purr! I'm such a happy kitten.
My foster mom found me, along with my mom and five siblings, in a produce warehouse in downtown LA. My mom got spayed and released back to take care of the two kittens foster mommy couldn't catch. My brother and sister got adopted together so now it's just me and my sister Mamba. I hope we find a home together!
I love to play! My favorite toys are foil crinkle balls and anything that dangles from a string. You can see me playing in my photo! My older foster brother and sister taught me how to drink out of the tub faucet. I like the water!
I am good with other cats, I'm litter trained, and I even wrestle with this stoopy chihuahua I live with!
I am spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, negative for FIV/FELV, dewormed and de-flead.
I really want to live with my sister furrever and ever, we are such a team! Can you be our new mommy and daddy?
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