Itty Bitty Kitty was found in a box marked free kittens in the post area of a lake. A family leaving the park saw the lonely box, in it was an very weak kitten. He scooped him up and took him home. Since the boy couldn't keep him he called a rescue to help.
Itty Bitty Kitty was just 1# when we got him, the vet thinks he was 1 month old. He currently weighs in at 2.4 pounds. He cannot be neutered until be is 3 pounds. He is black with some Gray swirls under the black. He is a spiny little boy.
Itty Bitty is looking for his forever home while waiting in a foster home where he is around other cats as well as dogs. He is utd on shots and will be neutered when he is big enough.
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