We were on the "needs rescue list" at a local shelter. The shelter was filling up and we were in danger of being put to sleep, so the Fat Cat people took us home.
I'm the smallest or the clan. My brother Bug is very friendly, and he's always the one getting all the attention, because he runs right up to people. I always follow him, and do whatever he does. My foster mom tells me I'm very good-looking, because I have a "ticked" tabby pattern, which is unusual. I am extremely friendly and give nose-to-nose kisses to my foster dad every day. When it's nap time -- which is just about any time for a kitten -- I like to drape myself across the shoulders and neck of any person and fall asleep. I am an amazing acrobat when chasing the toy mouse on the string, and when I catch it, don't even think of taking it away! I'm sweet, quiet and cuddly, and now all I need is a permanent home to call my own.
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