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In shelter Cat

Calgary, AB, T3E 7R3
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Tiger Striped)
Coat length:
Channel is a 11 week old 4 lbs. domestic short hair mix who is currently looking for her fur-ever home. She is up to date on vaccines, dewormed, and spayed.

Notes from the foster home:

Channel is one of 7 kittens that I have had the pleasure to raise from 3 days old, her brothers and sisters keep her busy and she loves to play and chase with them all. She is fierce and tackles her brothers like as if she were one of them - she does not back down. She has lots of energy and can plays for hours but then collapses for a nap at the drop of a pin. She would do well in a home with other pets as she is use to 6 of her siblings and 4 of my older cats as well.

All of our cats are currently in private foster homes if you would like more in-depth information about this cat, please visit our website at:   
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