Most of all, this guy has an adorable bubbly personality, is very playful and a super love bug. When he was in the Kitten Rescue nursery, I am told he had quite a few human girlfriends because of this! He is a true “Cat-sanova” and is very content just being carried around or held in your lap. If you are looking for a super loving kitten, look no further. He will give you lots of loves and cuddles, and keep you entertained with his playful love of life.
When he was a small bottle baby at our Kitten Rescue nursery he and his siblings were all given “Spice” names. He had a lot of brown in his face at the time, so it looked as though he had sneezed into a bowl of cinnamon, thus his name was chosen. He has a tiny crescent patch of white on his chest and tummy too, just enough to make it easier to identify him when placed in a room full of shiny black kittens.
Cinni-mini, as I call him, gets along very well with other cats and kittens. He is however not a lover of canines. He is very active and therefor needs a buddy. He must be adopted with one of his friends (Sake, Whiskey, or Martini) or into a home with another young cat to keep him company.
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