For more information about Chipmunk or if you would like to meet her in her foster home, please call Molly at 651-295-3758 or submit an online adoption inquiry form.
Hi!! I'm Chipmunk! I'm a little girl cat with a white and brown fur coat that I keep super soft and clean. My foster mom helps cuz she knows I LOVE brushing!! When she gets out the brush I come running & flop right down - I even turn over so she can get get me fluffy on both sides. When I was littler, I'd climb up on her lap for brushing but now I'm almost three years old and a little, um, "rounder" than I used to be, so I fall off too much. I live here at my foster house with my sisters, Laurel and Sassyfrass. Some of my favorest things are bells and ribbons and wand toys and red dots. We have these slippery floors at our house and I've been trying to teach little brother Humphrey to sliiiiiiiide on the floor like I do when we chase toys. But there's something wrong with him cuz he wants to pounce on me instead.
My foster mom says I'm a really special kitty because I passed my feline leukemia test and it seems kinda backwards to me but I guess that's the test everybody is 'sposed to fail. Anyway, cuz I passed, I need to live with other kitties who passed too, or else be the Only Kitty for my Special Purrrson in my Furrrever Home. I am FeLV-positive. Mostly what I need is lots of brushing (!!!) and good food and cuddling and a regular routine without too much stress. Not like I have to live in a bubble or anything...although if Humphrey couldn't get in... I've been waiting for my Special Purrrson a whole year now, so I hope you're coming soon!
To learn more, or to meet Chipmunk, please call Molly at 651-295-3758 or or submit an online adoption inquiry form.
Chipmunk's adoption fee is $120.
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