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Moorea Moon   

In shelter Cat

Tustin, CA, 92780
Pet name:
Moorea Moon
Coat length:
Moorea Moon
DOB 4/25/22

Mooreas mom Copper, also a tortie, was abandoned and rescued from the streets when she was very pregnant. She gave birth to five beautiful kittens in the safety and comfort of a foster home. Her kittens have had a lot of human affection from the time they were born.

Moorea Moon is sweet, confident and affectionate! She is a love bug. She is curious and playful. She makes friends quickly with other kittens and cats. She enjoys wrestling and chasing her furry friends and has no fear pouncing on others. Has a blast with cat trees and toys. She is always happy to see her humans, follows us around like a dog and likes to sleep on beds with her human friends. She loves sleeping on soft blankets or pet beds. She  has a wonderful personality. She even tolerates small cat friendly dogs and likes kids.

She has a fluffy sibling named Tahiti Wave who she really likes to hang and wrestle with. 

Qualified applicants must already own another young cat or kitten or be interested in adopting two kitties.


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