Hi! I'm Beryl. I like everything and everyone and I'm always happy to see you! My people think I'm peculiar, because I get distracted by my tail. If someone comes to play with me though, I'm always excited to wrestle and chase with them too! I'm very patient with kittens who are still learning to play nicely and I'm relaxed around new friends.
I like to sleep very soundly all stretched out on my back – even at the vet and in the cat carrier. I'm floppy and chill when you hold me and I instantly purr. Loud noises do startle me and new places take me a little while to get used to.
You should know that I'm not very athletic. Everyone else can jump or climb on the bed, but I still have to use the kitty stairs. Jumping down seems very scary. I'm very good at getting up the kitty tower and I like to sleep right on the top!
I need to be adopted with another kitten my own age. I would prefer one of my sisters Edith or Elsie or my brother Robin.
Like all Kitten Rescue kittens, I come vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed, fixed, and microchipped. I faithfully use the litterbox.
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