My name is Kendall and I was rescued from a life outdoors. I was born outside without anyone to care for me, but luckily a nice lady caught me and then contacted The Kitten Nursery to help. She also caught my sister who looks like me, her name is Kelsey. The nice kitten also caught Kellan who is a kitten from another litter but he is our buddy!
While it was initially believed that I was a feral kitten since I was born outside... I am actually very good with people. I am very friendly, but I am also a little shy at first with people.
While you can't really see it in the photos, I am not your normal tiger brown tabby, I am super super pretty with cool markings. I think they call me a marbled tabby!
I use my litter box without any incidents, I am a pro already. I also really like to climb up my cat towers and sit up there with my buddies.
I'm in a foster home with Caleb. We are great friends. We love to wrestle, play with toys and then cuddle when we're tired. I would really love to be with Caleb so we can continue to hang out and have fun.
I must be adopted with another kitten if there is not already a young playful cat in your home. The adoption fee is $50 for the first kitten and only $25 for the second kitten.
If you might like to add me to your family, please consider completing an adoption application.
Est DOB: 07/15/16
Below are a few links on the benefits of adopting 2 kittens instead of just 1 kitten http://www.catbehaviorassociates.com/adopting-a-kitten-make-it-a-double/
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