Hi, I'm Beth, one of the B2 kittens. We were found at about 4 weeks old in the back yard of a home in Seal Beach. Our feral mom was gone, so a nice family brought us to the shelter. We were so infested with fleas that 2 of us had flea anemia and had to have blood transfusions. Thanks to the wonderful care at the shelter we survived and went to a foster home where we had warm beds, great food and lots of loving care. We all hid a lot at first but once we realized that we were safe we have become more outgoing. We are still a little tentative but with a patient and loving home we will become the perfect kitties! I was the ‘runt of the litter’ and am rather unique because I have a dusting of white fur over my black coat. Cool, huh? Right now I still don’t completely trust people but each day my foster mom pets me I am growing to like it! I really need a quiet home where my family can love on me and I know I will return the love in time. I like to play with the mouse on a wire and I really like racing around with other kitties so I am hoping for a forever home with one of my sibs or another kitten.
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