My name is April and I'm 12 weeks old as of May 8, 2017 and I'm on the lookout for my perfect 4ever home.
I'm a tabby girl with some random dollops of light orange/tan markings so I guess I could be called a patched tabby or a torbie or a torti or just an amazingly adorable gal. As William Shakespeare said "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet"
I don't mean to brag, but I've got the perfect personality. I'm loving, I'm friendly, I'm a lot of fun to play with and I'm cute as a button. But, don't just take my word for it - go do a simple search online and you'll see that tabby cats are often rated as being of higher intelligence, amusing, clever, warmly affectionate and make wonderful companions.
The only thing missing from my happy equation is the human element and this is where you come in! I just want a loving person to call my own and I'll give you plenty to smile about on a daily basis - guaranteed.
While adopting more than one kitten is not mandatory, it's awfully nice for me to have another young'un to play with. I do have a twin sister named Aimee and she's just as sweet and cute as me and doesn't take up very much space- just saying.
If you would like to meet me, it's very easy. Simply complete an online Adoption Application and ask for April the girl with "many names".
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