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Kitten Kris   

In shelter Cat

Seal Beach, Orange County, California...
Pet name:
Kitten Kris
Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Black, White
Coat length:
Hi, I’m Kris. I was five weeks old when I was rescued by a kind couple who lived in Leisure World. They found me near some trash cans and took me home with them and fed me. The noticed that my tail seemed very limp and the next day it actually fell off.  They didn’t know what to do so they brought me to SBACC. The vet wasn’t exactly sure what happened to my tail but with time my wounds healed and I went to a foster home. My foster Mom says I am adorable and affectionate and have the sweetest disposition. I LOVE toys and playing and will play for hours.  If you pick me up and hold me I’ll sit with you and purr really loudly and enjoy being petted. I’m good with small children and have never scratched or bitten anyone.  When I met my foster Mom’s nine-month-old kitten I wasn’t timid at all and within five minutes we were playing.  I’m a really good boy, I don’t try to bolt out of the door and I always use my litter box. I prefer dry food to wet.  My foster Mom says anyone would be lucky to have me in their family. I’m hoping to find my forever home real soon and would love to share it with another kitten or cat.


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