Our kittens and cats are not adopted on a first come, first serve basis. We make an effort to match the perfect person or family with each cat/kitten. If there are two names together, those are bonded cats and we will not separate them. All of our kittens MUST have a kitten, cat and/or dog companion, unless otherwise noted. In some cases, our adults may need to have a companion but read the description as it will be listed there. Please read down to the bottom of this kitty's page to find out more details about its personality.
Zimo is a mellow black kitten with a sweet personality who has learned that it’s fun to run, tumble, and wrestle with his sister. He is very observant and loves to observe the world from up high. He’s looking for a window perch with his name on it. Zimo is Zillah’s brother. Please read her bio, too. They got off to a rough start because they were somehow separated from their mom and found living underneath the concrete foundation that supports the bleachers in a school football stadium. According to the coach, Zimo attempted to cross the football field one day and crows immediately descended upon him. One of the football players ran onto the field and played perfect defense to rescue him. Six points for the good guys!
Understandably, Zimo is bonded with his sister. He cries if they are separated from each other. Zimo will purr when you hold him for short periods of time, but prefers to keep his paws on the ground to run and play. Zimo likes his foster mom's 30-pound dog. Her dog is not a barker—Amazon deliveries excluded—and does not chase cats. Zimo likes to stretch out his paw to tap her, but it’s still a carefully monitored work in progress, but things have gone well. Please score a touchdown for their team and adopt this sibling pair into their forever home.
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