Olive is a playful and curious kitten with a gorgeous fluffy coat like a Maine Coon and exotic spotted markings like a Bengal! She just turned 6 months old around January. She is funny, playful, talkative, loves snacks and will eat out of your hand. Oli, for short, is a real team player. Thinks the broom is her own special toy. She will be very shy the first week in a new home, but once she gets settled she is very gentle. She tends to be scared of new people at first so is not a good fit for homes with kids. Belly rubs put her to sleep. She is completely litterbox trained. We would love to see her adopted with her brother - Rocki.
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Olive is being fostered in Milpitas. Her adoption fee is $25. She is spayed and has had her first vaccination.
If you would like to meet this kitten, please start by downloading our adoption application: tcrescue.com/adopt
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Olive Ryan $25 TO ADOPT, Maine Coon & Bengal Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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