Titanic, or Ti is a super sweet little black kitten who if he had just gotten the albino gene would have made a beautiful Siamese, like his sister Rose, but, Ti’s more dominate dark gene made him the cutest little black kitten with a warm and loving personality and gorgeous bright green eyes. He is just as energetic as his sister Rose, a whirling dervish as he races through the house chasing toys or just having fun, he even carries his toys around in his mouth. Ti has taken to the cat wheel that’s in his foster home and will run as fast as his little legs will go and will even race into the room when he hears another cat running on it. Ti was rescued from living under a bush with his mother and siblings when he was about five weeks old and was very lucky to make it to Kitten Rescue as the owner was going to take the kittens to the shelter and Ti would likely have been euthanized because he is a black kitten. Ti eats a raw diet as well as high quality canned food and grain free kibble. Ti would love to be adopted with his sister Rose as they are very bonded and were adopted together into a wonderful home but after three weeks they were returned because the little girl was very allergic to cats and the family didn’t know until after they had the kittens, so it would be very sad to separate these two litter mates who make a fabulous pair of love and entertainment.
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