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Liz Taylor   

In shelter Cat

Los Angeles, CA, 90039
Pet name:
Liz Taylor
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
DOB: 5/9/22

Liz is a bold and brave kitten, always the first to go exploring and even tolerates being close to the vacuum! She is very vocal with sweet meows to let you know where is she is and that she would like to be held for snuggles and a better view for exploration. She purrs easily and will seek out a spot on your lap after her epic adventures. She has a very unique coat with big black spots on her nose, belly, and chest.

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