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In shelter Cat

Alameda, CA, 94501
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Wiggins white whiskers contrast so beautifully with his adorable black face. White spats and a white ascot, this kitten is ready for a night on the town in his homemade tuxedo.

A consummate snugglebug, he will throw his body onto you in hopes of a snuggle. A lap, a chest, anywhere will do.

Wiggins came in a litter of four. Two grey and white and two black and white kittens. In the photos of more than one kitten, hes the black and white one with less white on his nose.

He also loves to play and run and any toy will do. All four kittens also like to run in a cat sized hamster wheel called a fast cat. See his video to see him and his brothers use the Fast Cat.

Wiggins is bonded with his brothers and would love to be adopted with one of them or to a home with another young, active cat.

None of the kittens have spent time around dogs or kids since they were 5 weeks of age, but they are all gregarious and sociable kittens who would probably do well in a household with kids and other pets. They may be prone to escaping - running out a door that is standing open - so kids too young to keep the door closed would be the exception. He was born in late April of 2022.

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