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Bridey and Kittens   

In shelter Cat

Chicago, IL, 60640
Pet name:
Bridey and Kittens
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
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Bridey is a two-year-old, black and white tuxedo cat looking for a loving guardian, as are her incredibly sweet and friendly, four-month-old kittens Lido, Bandito, Lola, Layla and Frito.

Bridey is shy, but brought to life by other cats. We’d recommend her for a home without small children but with at least another cat. If you don’t have another cat, her five kittens are available to choose from!

Lido is a male, black golden-eyed kitten with a white star on his chest. Bandito is a male, green-eyed patch tabby. Lola is a green-eyed, black and white female tuxedo. Layla is a female, golden-eyed black kitten with a white-tipped tail. Frito is a male, green-eyed brown tabby. 

Momma and kittens are very healthy and fully vetted, spayed/neutered, up-to-date on age appropriate distemper vaccines, virus-tested negative, and micro-chipped. 

They adore each other, are playful, loving, love climbing cat trees, and are perfectly litter box trained. They’re great with people and other cats when patiently introduced. Ideally, they’ll be adopted in pairs, but can be adopted singly if you have another young feline in the home. They are afraid of dogs.

To meet and possibly adopt Bridey and her kittens, please fill out an adoption application

After the application is complete, please contact to schedule an appointment to meet them.

Their adoption fee of $100 each or $175 as a pair benefits rescued pets. 

They are being fostered in Chicago.


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