Chinook is an adorable, playful, sweet & gorgeous 7 month old young kitty. She is very shy at first, but once she trusts you, she becomes a playful lap kitty!
She was rescued along with her mom & five other siblings from a wet muddy bush in the San Fernando Valley. Not even a day old, if they hadn’t have been found, the likelihood of survival would have been close to zero.
Chinook needs to be adopted with her brother Gale or possibly her momma who is barely a year old herself. After seeing them cuddle, groom & play together, you’ll understand why! Chinook is the best at grooming her siblings!
See for yourself! You can watch them on their Live 24/7 Kitten Webcam! https://livestream.com/SKCR/Storm
Or check out more of their pictures on their FB page fb.com/sarahskittencuddleroom.
Please consider adopting this little girl & her brother Gale or her momma.
You won’t regret it! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include her name.
All kitties are vaccinated, microchipped and spayed/neutered prior to adoption.
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