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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Alexandria, VA, 22304
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
Sleep - Snuggle - Play...thats my day! Hi there! My name is Cheeto and Im an adorable 3 month old orange tabby kitten. Im a sociable, snuggly, and inquisitive girl. Im also a ball of energy and love to play. Visitors who want to play are always welcome - Ill share my toys. I have oodles of fun playing with my sister Frito (our mom liked snacks, get it?). I love smacking the balls on my tower of tracks and listening to them spin around... such a cool noise! My sister finds me amusing! My antics are fun to watch. When we run out of energy, we curl up in bed and take a short kitty nap - then its back to playtime. Im looking for an awesome person to share my life with. I would really like a home with another kitten or young cat that I can play with (what about Frito?) and lots of toys! Ready to welcome a pint-sized dynamo into your life? I think you should make an appointment to come meet me. Bet I can totally wow you!

I am available to meet BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, either virtually or in-person. Learn more at

Animal Welfare League of Alexandria (703) 746-4774


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