Domestic Short Hair
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My name is Spade. I have been in foster care since I was 4 days old. I am now a big handsome playful boy. I have very interesting markings. On one side I have stripes and on the other side I have dots.Summary of Personality I am a cuddle bug. I love to snuggle with anyone in my human foster family, but I really love my kitty sister Soske. I hope to get adopted out with her. I love to play with my siblings and balls. Sometimes I can actually get my mouth around a tennis ball and carry it around. I'm pretty quite and only meow when I am looking for my sister or foster mom. When I'm not playing or cuddling, you can find my at the food bowl. I love to eat.Experience with Dogs, Cats, or other Animals I have experience with my littermate and a single kitten that joined me in foster care. She's a little older and tended to pick on me so I know when to stay away. My foster family consists of several adult cat residents, a dog, and a fish. I get along with everyone and not the least bit afraid of the dog.Experience with children, or children that visit the home My human foster family consists of mom, dad and 2 kids (12 & 14). I love everyone and will cuddle with anyone who is sitting on the couch.Is your foster litter box trained? Yes


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