Hi, my name is Little One. I was named Little One because I (like my sister Tiger Kitty II) was and am a little one, not like our big brother, Little Bruiser who is much bigger than my sister and I[and who is now even bigger than our mother Tiger Kitty].
I am only about 9 months old. My brother Little Bruiser, my sister Tiger Kitty II, and I were born to Tiger Kitty on April 11, 2016 in a shelter in our Foster Parents' backyard and were then brought into our foster parents home when we were only about 1 week old and have since then been inside kitties with my siblings and mother with me staying with my brother Little Bruiser.
I may be small but I have a big heart, and I love to wrestle with my big brother Little Bruiser, who I would really like to go to my forever, loving, caring, and attentive home with him, Little Bruiser. I love and adore my big brother, Little Bruiser, very much, we are great companions, and we really hope to stay together. Attached are pictures of us together too. While I am obviously very good with Little Bruiser and want to be with him, it is doubtful that I would be good with other cats.
I like to play. One of my favorite toys is a newspaper bow tied to a string and a toy mouse on a string, which I enjoy chasing, 'batting', and even jumping for. I also enjoy playing with a ball and appreciate having a scratching post and scratching pad [where I concentrate my scratching].
I am very affectionate and love to be pet and will lay down next to you and purr, and purr, and purr.
If you are considering being my new parent(s) and having me be part of your forever, loving and caring family, please consider also adopting my brother Little Bruiser along with me so our unconditional love can be double. There is also a discount if we both get adopted together too...
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