I am a gorgeous, medium-hair black kitten with just the right amount of cattitude befitting such a beauty. I'm an expert at being cute and flirty: I waggle my butt when I walk, swish my tail, and purr if you even look at me! I love, love, love being held and pet - I could seriously do it all day. I like to explore and play too, so I won't be bugging you all the time, but a snooze in your lap would be amazing.
I'm a bit absurd too. I've been known to get trapped inside a pillow case cover, and have whole chatty conversations with myself about how I'm using the litterbox, or how I'm climbing the cat tree, or how you should be petting me right now! I'm a sound sleeper and it's very funny when you wake me up with a gentle pet – I start purring before I even fully wake up! Of course, if I'm awake, I will be the first to meet you at the door.
I love humans, but I still need time to wrestle and play with another kitten, so I would like to be adopted with one of my siblings: Edith, Robin, or Beryl. Robin (white kitten pictured) is the most similar to me. We get along very well and love to play, wrestle, and snuggle.
Like all Kitten Rescue kittens, I come vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed, fixed, and microchipped. I faithfully use the litterbox.
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