Tesla came into rescue with her two siblings on the 2nd of July. She was just a few days old and didn't have a mom, so she was brought to me and I introduced the trio to the wonderful Momma Cat that I had. Momma was already caring for her six babies, who were a little older than Morgan and his siblings, but she took them right in and, with a little help from me, raised all nine as her own. I knew she had fully accepted them when the fireworks on the fourth of July made her move her babies under my nightstand, and she took all nine of “her” kittens and 'hid' them.
Tesla is a sweet, happy baby. She is quieter than some of her 'siblings,' but she is right in there for games of chase. She loves to play and she loves to cuddle with her people. She has a purr at the ready as soon as you touch her. It was difficult to get a picture of her when she wasn’t purring and leaning into a hand to be petted!
Tesla was born about June 25th, has tested negative for Leukemia Virus, and will be ready for her forever home late September. She has the angular head of a Siamese and the coloration of a Tuxedo with longer, wispy hair and cute, little, black toes. She is a good little eater and has very good litter box manners. She is well-rounded socially, having been raised in a home with adult cats and a Labrador.
If you would like more information, please contact foster mom, April, at firstname.lastname@example.org or send in an Adoption Application with your chosen kitten’s name.
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!
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