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Code: BFT2022

Rennala (Bonded with Melania)   

In shelter Cat

Brandon, FL, 33511
Pet name:
Rennala (Bonded with Melania)
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Calling all tux kitten lovers!!! Renalla is the sweetest, loveable, playful, energetic, snuggly tuxie
you will ever meet! She is a bit shy at first when meeting new people, but it doesnt take her
long to warm up. She loves to play with all toys and climb on the cat trees. She and her bestie
Melania play, sleep and hang out together all day long, they are bonded so they will need to be
adopted together. Renalla loves sitting on the couch next to her foster mom watching Netflix,
helping on the computer, or getting a good old fashioned kitten massage because thats what
she thinks should be done! Renalla gets along with the adult cats and kittens in her foster
home and tolerates the annoying crazy dog. She does well with children 10 and older as she is
still a bit shy of fast movements and loud noises. Renalla will bring so much love, snuggles,
playtime and kitten purrs into your home as well as being the cutest little tuxie in the area!


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