Are you looking for a sweet, adorable, tiny, somewhat shy, kitten friend? I could be her. My name is Tina, and that is exactly how my foster mom describes me. I am a female, petite gray tabby, who would be perfect in your home. I'm an independent kitten, but ok being held. I love to play with the other kittens/cats, and I'm fine with the dog too. Haven't been around little kids so that would be new, but teens are ok. Why don't you write my foster mom an ask about me. She would be glad to talk about me because she thinks I'm adorable. She says that all the time. Chapinfamilyfosters@gmail.com
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