Hi my name is mouse. I don't really know my back story too much, just that when I wasn't with Kate's Rescue I was alone and hungry. Now I have fattened up and love to run around a play. I do growl a bit at my foster siblings where they try to eat out of the food bowel I am eating from,but my foster mom always corrects me. I've never been mean to them, but come on I don't know how long this good life and all the food I want is going to last! I am crate trained and for the most part potty trained, but if you don't set up a routine for me I may have an accident. I have lots of energy and my foster mom says I'm ADHD...I don't know what that means...but......oh look a squirrel!!! Anyways I hope to one day find my forever family. Could that be you? If you think I could be a part of your wonderful family let the people with Kate's Rescue know so I can meet you and give you lots of kisses if you'll let me My adoption fee includes my spay, microchip, shots up to date of adoption, a month of pet insurance and a wellness check within 72 hours at our vet. If you are interested in knowing more about me please complete the adoption application located on katesrescue.org by downloading and email the completed form to email@example.com with "mouse" as the header.
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