Hi there! My name is Caleb. I was rescued from outside with my sister, Carly. A really nice family found us when we were just tiny babies and they bottle fed us so that we would survive! We are so grateful for that family because we would have grown up outside otherwise... but now we are well rounded kittens that love people and love being inside!
I am new to the rescue so my foster parents are still learning about me but they can tell already that I am a super sweet boy. I love purring and I love people! I purr the second you walk into the room and I always get so excited to be held. I am pretty mellow for a kitten currently, my foster parents picked us up and traveled with us in the car and we didn't make a peep the entire way! Then when we got to our new foster home, we decided to take a nap after eating and drinking!
My foster parents just love me, they said I am the sweetest boy who likes to give kisses. I like to be held and cuddled with. I also really like to play with hands, I touch them with my paw and jump all over your legs.
I am really good with kids, I was raised in a home with little kids. I am also good with other kittens, adult cats, and dogs.
I use my litter box without any accidents and also like to scratch my scratching posts and climb my cat trees!
I have to be adopted with another kitten, I would love to be adopted with my sister Carly but that isn't a must. If I am not adopted with another kitten, I just have to have another young cat in the home that will play and cuddle with me. The adoption fee of one kitten through the rescue is $50 and the second is $25 so it's a great deal!
If you would like to hear more about me or my sister, please email our foster mom at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply to adopt me!
Est DOB: 08/09/16
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