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In shelter Cat

Palatine, IL, 60078
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Peanut! Peanut is an energetic little lady who made her way to Chicago all the way from Kentucky. Peanut is a sweet orange colored kitten, who is independent, sweet, and loves having kitty companions. Despite being independent, she will ask you for pets and loves getting back scratches! Peanut is very high energy and loves to play, she is very inquisitive and curious and loves to explore every environment that she is in.

Peanut loves all kinds of toys, but her favorite are little balls that makes noise, she will spend hours batting them around the house! Peanut would do best in a home with another kitty companion, as she loves to have a playmate and comes from a background with other cats. In a new home it make take Peanut a quick minute to get acquainted before shes ready to take over as queen of the castle, but she will surely warm up to you and any resident kitties you have! She seriously will be cuddling with your cats immediately, she is such a sweet lover of other feline pals!! She has lots of love to offer, and will definitely bring a smile to your face every time you see her cute little self. Take home this precious girly today and she will bring you so much joy!!

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