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In shelter Cat

Ferndale, MI, 48220
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Kenai and Zion! Born to loving mama Denali in May of 2022, this brother and sister pair is exceptionally sweet, social, playful, and fun. They would love to be adopted together. Exceptions can be made for a home that already has at least one young, playful kitty! Please do not apply for just one kitten if you have no other cats at home.

Zion is the leader of the pack! He has a brave and adventurous spirit, and is the most outgoing of his whole litter. He is highly active and simply cant get enough playtime! He loves to chase wand toys, play with balls and stuffed mice, and playfully wrestle with his siblings. When he finally tuckers himself out, he turns into a big old cuddle bug! Hell snuggle up in your lap or even let you hold him in your arms like a baby.

Kenai is tiny and a little skittish at first, but once she warms up, shes a sweet, sassy little lass. While she might not want you to pick her up right away, she will follow you around and cling by your side. Booty scratches are her favorite, and she also goes nuts for treats, especially Churu treats! She loves laying at the tippy top of her cat perch with her brother and watching birds and squirrels out the window.

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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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