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Alfa Romeo 18   

In shelter Cat

Austin, TX, 78704
Pet name:
Alfa Romeo 18
Domestic Short Hair
Alfa Romeo is a precious little snugglebug! She purrs at the drop of a hat and is a mighty hunter of feet. Alfa is a teeny tiny little torbie (tabby/tortoiseshell) with the most amazing spotted belly and a tiny brown heart on her forehead. 

We believe she will be a loving lap kitty, and shes very confident and loves to explore. Shes great with kids, her foster has two that have been playing with her and her brother since they were 3 weeks old! They did spend a weekend with another foster who had a small dog and seemed to get along fine with him, and they have had a few interactions with an older cat, and were friendly and inquisitive.

Alfa Romeo would do best with a playmate (either one already in your home or another kitten) to keep her occupied. Her brother, Audi, is a fabulous orange tabby with a purr so strong it shakes the walls and she would love to bring him along if you dont already have a playmate for her!

All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team.

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