In shelter Cat

Maywood, Illinois, 60153
Domestic Short Hair
Gray, White
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Uno is one of 3 sisters along with Yahtzee and Bingo.  Uno is an adorable light gray and white kitten with cutest, little face. She is almost 2.5 months old.  Uno purrs as soon as you start petting her!  Uno is playful and she absolutely loves the string toy and will run around the room, jumping up to chase it.  She is playful with her sisters and can often be found cuddling with Bingo or Yahtzee when it's nap time.  She tends to eat the least but if she has her own bowl, she'll get her fill.   Uno and her sisters are little kittens who are ready for lots of loving and attention.  They are all extremely sweet, warm and friendly. Uno can be adopted with one of her sisters are with both! Pics of Yahtzee (dark gray) and Bingo (black) are also shown. All kittens are:    -spayed or neutered    -up to date on vaccines    -flea and parasite free     -micro-chipped   Kittens can be adopted by filling out an application at:  Please send an inquiry with any questions! Take a look at all of our kitten listings:   1) Buster  2)  Onyx and Jasper 3) Eli,  Heart, Senor,  Noa, Minnie, Opal (Noa/Minnie/Eli/Joshua/Heart/Senor/Opal are all siblings)


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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