Look at ME... I'm sweet Tahiti!
Tahiti is another little island princess and like her sister, Iona, she is a SILVER TABBY. Technically, a "Silver Tabby with White" because she has white socks, a white chest, and a white tummy. Tahiti and Iona both have greenish-gray eyes. They are both sweet little dolls who love to be held and purr.
Tahiti is a also playful little girl who loves to play with her other siblings -- Iona, Lucia, Mykonos, and Rico -- and her foster family's cats. She has been exposed to big dogs, adult cats, and kids. She is very sweet to everyone LOVES to be held after a long play session where she often falls asleep in her foster family member's arms. Tahiti would love to be in a family with another cat so that she has someone to nap and play with.
HOPE ID# 21-0501-A019
**For MORE PICTURES of this kitty, please go to http://www.petfinder.com Click on “Find a Cat” and then SCROLL DOWN TO BOTTOM LEFT to search by Pet Name** DOB 3/17/2021
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