Description: Wyatt is a darling orange tabby boy with four white socks, a white chest and a white nose! He is cute as can be.
Personality: Wyatt is a very small kitten, he is small for his age, the "runt" of his litter. He is very playful and active, he gets along well with the other kittens in his foster home, he also gets along with 3 resident dogs, too.
Wyatt likes feather toys, fuzzy mice and chasing wand toys. Wyatt is also a GREAT cuddler. He is a shoulder percher, too. Wyatt and his siblings were found as tiny babies and bottle fed when mama kitty died. He is very people oriented and loves his foster family, loves to be held and loves to snuggle. Wyatt would like to be adopted with his best friend Elaine.
Animal History: Found outside as tiny kitten
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