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In shelter Cat

Colorado Springs, CO, 80908
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
My name is Izuku. I am a male short haired black kitten, born 5/20/22. Our mama was a stray on a property out east, and the property owner brought us to Wild Blue for our best life. My siblings and me came to Wild Blue at about two months old, we needed socializing, and we have all come a long way. I do love to play, with small individual toys or chasing wand toys, and wake up our foster mom everyone morning around 5 am, playing with my siblings. Play is very helpful for me to continue to be more confident. I am still working on trust, and tend to still run when approached. I can still be easily handled and can be picked up, and I?m working on being comfortable with human loves and snuggles. My siblings and me love our foster mom?s big kitties and want nothing more than to be friends with them. We reach through the baby gates, or follow them around when they visit in the room. I would probably do better in a home without young children. I am fixed, microchipped, and current on vaccinations. No litter box issues.

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