Yuki is a playful and affectionate lap kitten with an approximate birthday of 7/4/22. This adorable sweetie and her 4 siblings: Simba, Nala, Snowball, and Pierre Einstein were nurtured in a loving foster home as bottle babies from ~1 week old. Their eyes werent even open yet. She brings happiness to her foster family and her beautiful facial marks resemble Japanese characters. Therefore, she was named Yuki, meaning happiness and snow flower.
Yuki is fun, great with other cats and visiting kids, and very vocal at mealtimes. She loves attention from her humans and purrs more when she is with Pierre Einstein. She likes to cuddle with her foster mom and siblings, especially in bed.
Yuki and her siblings get along wonderfully and she would love to be adopted with one of them: Simba, Nala, Snowball, or Pierre Einstein. She seems to gravitate towards Pierre Einstein the most or can be adopted as a single as long as your loving home has another young kitty for a friend. Yuki cant wait to be a part of your furrever loving family.
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*We do not adopt kittens under 4 months old to homes with no other young cat(s) for companionship.
**Due to the high volumes of inquiries received and the very small volunteer staff we have, you may not receive a response if your application does not meet our adoption criteria. We appreciate and thank you for your understanding.
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