Derby is one of a litter of 4 kittens, 2 girls and 2 boys. She is named after the Kentucky Derby race track cause she has a brave big heart despite the fact that she is much smaller than her brothers and sister. So she is a tiny kitten but with the heart of a race horse.
She is very sweet and likes being held and petted. She does her best to keep up with her big litter mates and plays hard and fast and smart. Her big heart makes up for her little size. She purrs at everything - when breakfast is served, when she is playing, when she is being petted, when she is running as fast as she can, and she has even been know to purr sitting in the litter box!
She is mostly gray and has a tiny little face. She is a kitten with the heart of a lioness. So cute!!!!
If you are interested in Derby or any of her siblings - Daytona, Indy or Laguna, please contact their foster Linda at email@example.com or 925 708 3881.
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