**Important Note** You won't find this kitty at the shelter. This kitty is waiting patiently in foster care for your call. Please contact the Foster Care Hotline at 206-684-0685 to arrange a meeting. Thank you!
Amber is a sweet, rambunctious tortoiseshell kitten. She's tiny, but has a huge personality once she gets comfortable.
While initially very withdrawn, Amber has blossomed into a playful and happy kitten in her foster home. She is affectionate and likes to be close to her person, and will purr endlessly if you rub her belly.
She's also very playful - as soon as she hears the feathers of her favorite toy rustling, she sprints down the hall to hunt it down.
Amber has a brother, Rocket, who is also listed for adoption. Amber is very attached to her brother, and will always immediately run to him if she hears him meow, no matter what. They do everything together - they even use the litter box together.
Potential adopters should have an abundance of time and patience to give to Amber for her first few weeks at home - she will be shy and scared at first. With time and patience (plus lots of toys and treats!), her true personality will come out: mischievous, affectionate, and extremely playful. In no time, she'll be rolling around for belly rubs and curled up on your lap purring and kneading.
Amber is litter trained, and gets along well with other older cats. She is very strongly bonded with her brother, Rocket, who is also listed for adoption, and they should be adopted together.
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