In shelter Cat

Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota,...
Domestic Short Hair
Lost or found date:
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Hi, my name is Scarlett. I came to BKB at 5 weeks old and was very shy. My foster family has 3 teenage boys, a cat and a dog, so I was able to learn all sorts of fun things like playing with toys, climbing and playing with my siblings. I am a snuggler, and get melty when I get my loves. I also have stuff to tell the humans, but they let me know that they love me too so that is good. I love to be sneaky and play with toys or climb on the cat trees. My favorite nap places are up high, on a human or with Sheldon Cooper, my brother. I love playing with crinkle paper toys or ribbons too. If I could get adopted with Sheldon Cooper, that would be great because he is a love muffin just like me. If you are interested in learning more about Scarlett and her best friend Sheldon Cooper, please complete an adoption form. Scarlett and Sheldon Cooper are a pair adoption only. Their combined adoption fee is $400. Note: Scarlett is available for a foster-to-adopt arrangement. Scarlett can move to an approved adoptive home when she is 12+ weeks old but will remain the property of The Bitty Kitty Brigade until medical care has been completed including her spay surgery.


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