Susan was born on April 2, 2016. She is the very last of her litter and is looking forward to when she can finally go home. Susan was brought in to Fancy Cats with littermates as an orphan from a shelter. She was bottle fed by her foster family and they love her very much. She considers herself to be quite the hunter. If you have a feather wand she will sneak up on it and catch it reminiscent of her wilder cat relatives. She really loves to wrestle and play chase with the other kittens. She has the softest fur and she is so very cuddly and squishy, like a rag doll. She loves being held and petted and even when she feels like playing, if you scoop her up and scratch in just the right spot behind her ears, she will melt into you for some love. She loves to be with you and will sleep with you at night. While it’s true that she has no biological littermates left, she would really prefer to be adopted with one of the friends she has made in her foster home—Marilyn, Reese, and Mango. She gets along best with Marilyn or Reese. Please note that it is Fancy Cats policy that kittens be adopted in pairs or have an age-appropriate playmate in the home already. We also do not adopt kittens to families with children under six years old without seeing appropriate history/experience with cats.
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