Theadora who goes by Thea is about 3 months old. She is part of a litter of five kittens found in a back yard near Contra Loma Reginal Park in Antioch. Moma was a grey tabby and has been fixed. We think the father was a black cat in the neighborhood. If you look closely you can see faint stripes in her black fur. She is curious and a bit shy at first. She likes to check out our Boarder Collie/Corgie mix and like to sit on the bed with him. She will warm up to dogs fairly quickly if she is not chased.
She can be seen @ Petfood Express in Pleasant Hill Saturday 1-4
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