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Pooh and Christopher Robin   

In shelter Cat

Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, Un...
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Pooh and Christopher Robin
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
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Pooh and Christopher Robin are cute short haired gray tabby kittens about 12 weeks old (DOB about 4/1/21).  They both have pink noses, while their littermates, Eyore and Eowyn have black noses.  Pooh is female, while Christopher Robin is male.  Christopher Robin is laid back, gentle, and loves being the center of attention. He enjoys showing off his acrobatic skills and laser light catching techniques.  Pooh is a precious and beautiful little girl. She is extremely loving and enjoys lots of pets and attention. She loves to play with her siblings and other foster kittens.  All four LOVE everyone as soon as they meet them.  They are VERY playful and active.  They love to play with toys or other cats and are never bored.  They like to be held and to snuggle.  They live and get along well with cats and dogs, and we think they'd be great with kids.  They are negative for feline leukemia and aids, had two distemper vaccines, (the third distemper and rabies) included in adoption fee.  May be adopted separately or as a pair (discount for two!)  Preference will be given to adopters who have a young playmate companion for the kitten.  If interested in these cutie pies, please contact Holly at 865-671-4564 or


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