Maddie prefers to play mostly independently with toys (probably because she too was found by herself) constantly going after toys and playing with a toy for a good 15 minutes straight without losing interest. She is s form of a 'munchkin' cat, having small legs & arms, but that doesn't stop her from doing anything! While she can climb very well, she prefers to hop/leap like a bunny to her place of choice. She's a super sweet kitten who gives kitten kisses/nibbles in the morning. Maddie loves anyone almost immediately (if she isn't too busy already entertaining herself) and gives even more if her cute self to you once she's fully gotten to know and trust you. She's sure to not disappoint!
Age: ~4.5 months
Reason for surrender: found as stray
Animal ID#: A32018329
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(posted by ap on 10/08/2016)
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