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In shelter Cat

Sussex, New Jersey, 10985
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Scout is a very handsome black male. He was the last one born. For a time he was the tiniest of the litter, but he quickly caught up and now outweighs his sisters. He is very sweet and loves to be held. He loves to sleep with you just like his siblings. He is very playful and often challenges Harry in the feather game. He plays a game where he leaps from the cat tree to the bed and is quite the jumper. 
They have all been well socialized and are used to new people coming in to visit. They've been handled a lot and except Thelma who takes a minute to warm up, they run up to greet visitors. They use a covered litter box. They have not been out in the house because of all of our other critters, so loud noises still scare them, but they'll adjust. They are very curious about everything.  They often all sleep together and we'd love to see them adopted in pairs.  The four siblings are Harry, Sally, Scout and Thelma. They eat Royal Canin Kitten canned and Royal Canin Mother and Baby cat dry. 
If you are interested in giving two of these kittens a forever home please contact Vivienne at  APPROVED APPLICATION AND ADOPTION FEE REQUIRED.  (They are currently in Tennessee and can be transported north upon adoption.) 


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