Excuse me, are you a witch or warlock looking for a familiar? Or perhaps you're a superhero in search of side-kick? I want you to know that I'm very qualified. I'm smart, funny, really fast and nimble, a super-good cuddler, and I'm pretty sure I can see right into people's souls. At least, I like to look deep into people's eyes and really try to understand who they are. I've been told that I have the personality and look of a Russian Blue, however I have faint stripes, you know, like a tiger.
I really like to hide under the blanket and then jump out suddenly! And, I get so excited to see people that I run right up to them and instantly start purring. Unless I have something really important to do, like play in the tunnel, or chase my siblings around the room. Then I might say hello, purr while you pet me, and then rush off.
Because I'm still young and learning, I need to evenly divide my duties between being your sidekick, and playing with one of my siblings: Elsie, Beryl, or Robin. I will need to be adopted with one of sisters or brother so I will have someone to chase, wrestle, bite, and cuddle with when you're tending to the duties I can't help with.
Like all Kitten Rescue kittens, I come vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed, fixed, and microchipped. I faithfully use the litterbox.
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