Oh my goodness could anything be as tiny and cute as little Olive? Appropriately named after the location she was rescued from. Olive kind of rescued herself with her tiny cries that were heard by a family riding bike. Up a small tree they found the source of the tiny mews and the youngest child shimmied up the tree to fetch the small kitten down. Scared, hungry and thirsty little Olive came to the shelter and quickly stole the hearts of the volunteers. She can usually be found scurrying around the shelter as she is quite the little escape artist and loves to run around making friends with the adult cats and seeing if any of them will let her cuddle up next to them for a nap. Tiny little Olive has adorable big ears and a huge personality. For a chance to bring her home and enjoy her kitten antics please fill out an adoption application at www.emmetcountyanimalshelter.org and as always our cat adoption fees are free will to approved applicants.
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