Hi! My name is Bartlebee, but my foster mom calls me 'Lai Lai' (which means 'come' in Chinese). Even though I am a tiny guy, I am a ball of energy and I absolutely love to play! I am pretty much like a tiny black puppy, but I’m all feline. I fetch, I jump, I come when called, I cuddle with you, I chase you, I wag my tail for you, I head bump and purr at you, you can pick me up, I will lay with you. But you don’t need to walk me and I am not loud, plus I’m quite the exquisite acrobat, so I am the best of both worlds (and if you have me, you will too!) Playtime is my life, you’ll see my tail wag when I get excited and interested. Playtime makes me happy and helps to get me to trust and bond with you. But not everyone appreciates that. My last owner threw me out on the street to fend for myself only after having me for 3 weeks, because she says that she doesn’t like a kitty who plays hard and gets excited. I walked many miles from her house, and was outside for a month and a half. Finally on the 3rd of July, when I was running away from fireworks, I found myself a FCRT volunteer’s house that has been set up to be a pretty awesome place to stay. So, I decide to stay and stick around. Even though I am suspected to be around 4 years old, I haven't grown out of my kitten phase yet. So if you decide you want me, please make sure to play with me and don’t be scared of a couple love bites or love scratches! I promise, I’m working on being more and more gentle during playtime every day. Because of my journey outside, I prefer no kids under 6 years or dogs if possible. I might not be such a great companion with timid and shy kitties. Otherwise, I’d love to have another kitty playmate whom I can spend time with and play with when our human is busy.
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