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Lilibet (bonded with sibling Pete)   

In shelter Cat

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, 90275
Pet name:
Lilibet (bonded with sibling Pete)
Domestic Short Hair
Buff / Tan / Fawn
Meet sweet Lilibet!  Lilibets birthday is estimated to be in March of 2021.  She was a bottle fed baby, along with her brother Pete. 

Lilibet is a small cat so far, very sweet and cute.  She is friendly and loving along with being a rambunctious kitten.  She has lots of energy and is adventurous.  She loves to play with toys.  She loves her brother and is cautious with getting to know other cats. 

She has not been around children or dogs, but shes young enough to adjust.  Her foster states that she likes to cuddle and walk all over her. 

Her foster also says that Lilibet is never far from her brother, Pete and would really like them to be adopted together.  They are truly bonded.

She will be spayed on 8/4 and will finish all her vaccination soon. She SNAP tested negative and is a healthy kitten. 

If you would like to know more about Lilibet, please contact her foster at:

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