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I have an Adoption Application Pending!
Domestic Short Hair
Date of Birth
June 26, 2021
HANDSOME GINGER TABBY
“Hi, my name is Pollington and I am a sweet, affectionate and very smart little Ginger tabby kitten just two months old.
I just love to tease my foster mommy and daddy but pretending that I want to be patted and then I run away. You’d think they would have learned by now! But when I am tired I do love to lay in their arms and snuggle in for a nice nap! My foster parents say that my sister and I are the EASIEST kittens that they have EVER had! I have lots of personality – and they are always giggling at the cute faces that I make!
I would love to be adopted with my sister Perpetua …(she is the gorgeous calico kitten), as we play all the time, love to cuddle together when we sleep, and have been through so much together. We came to our foster parents at 8 weeks without our mother so we’ve had to rely on each other for everything. If not adopted with my sister I would benefit from a forever home with a young gentle cat playmate.
My fur is as soft as a cloud, which makes it very hard to resist snuggling with me. My foster mommy and daddy were very impressed with the way that I learned to use the kitty litter box at such a young age and I have NEVER had an accident. My favorite toys so far are plastic coils, feather teasers and of course my sister Perpetua!
I recently met “sunbeam” for the first time and fell in love right away.. I just lay there on the floor basking in the warmth and watching intently as birds fluttered around outside, then I got so cozy and slowly drifted off into kitten dreams. What a great day!
I have never been around children or dogs so I don’t know what that would be like…but I think I would be OK with them.
As great as it is here with my foster parents I can’t wait to be with a loving family in my forever home (and I can’t wait to get a new name!). Could that be with you?”
Good with Cats?
Only tested with Kittens
Good with Dogs?
Not tested with Dogs yet
Good with Kids?
Not tested with Kids yet
Do I Need Special Care?