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In shelter Cat

Pacific Palisades, CA, 90272
Pet name:
“Hi! I’m Boysenberry! I’m the tiny brother of Blackberry and Mulberry“
This little panther (with his little kink in his tail) is scrumptious. He came to the LB foster room a little bit after his siblings because he was still being treated for ringworm. Well now he’s joined  the crew again and I’m in love! Initially a little shy while getting his bearings, he is now sooo sweet and adorable! He’s stole our hearts with his gentle and soulful demeanor and teeny little squeek of a meow when he wants your attention and affection. He’s playful and fun, but more on the mellow side. He is definitely a lap cat and enjoys sitting by your shoulder, purring in your ear. He’s a lovely little boy(senberry) and he has our hearts in such a short amount of time. We don’t know his exact date of birth because there were kittens of all mixed ages, but based on teeth and weight when we first got them we guesstimate their birthdays to be around 4/10-4/20 2022. He is way smaller than his siblings but we are assuming he’s still one of their siblings since there were no other kittens his size. We just think he’s tiny but mighty and will hit his growth spurt at some point. 
So if you want a soulful little dude who’s playful and fun and who will look up at you adoringly, Boysenberry is your dude. 

Please spay and neuter your cats. And please humans- stop dumping your animals. If you want to adopt, make sure you’re able and willing to commit to this new family member for life. We need to shift our collective consciousness when it comes to animals and how we treat and take care of them. 
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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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