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Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Coat length:
This little guy has enjoyed being with his siblings and his mom while growing big enough for adoption. One sibling has been adopted and another is not quite big enough for spay surgery but his sister, Lindy, and mom, Lilith, are ready along with Leif and awaiting adoption. Any combination of them together would be lovely, however, Leif has been socialized with other adult cats and another adolescent kitten. He is a typical active and playful kitten finding great joy in hide n' seek, chase, or wrestling with her siblings or her mom, Lilith, who is just an overgrown kitten herself. Like his siblings, Leif is either busy playing or piled in a kitten heap sleeping and has not shown interest in being a lap cat yet but once he gets past kittenhood, we imagine he will be since his mom is quite affectionate with people and often seeks out attention and to be held.  Leif may do well with a cat-friendly, calm dog given the proper introduction but he does need another cat companion to romp and play with in his new home. We estimate Leif was born around April 20, 2021.

Bio #3876MB-Lf.

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