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Callie and Tiny   

In shelter Cat

LaGrange Park, IL, 60526
Pet name:
Callie and Tiny
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Orange / Red)
Coat length:
4 month old siblings Callie and Tiny are two best friends who can’t wait to find their forever home together!

Callie (tortie) is a spunky girl, and was actually one of the biggest kittens in her litter! She’s a little ball of fun and has a lot of kitten energy, which she often lets out by playing and wrestling with Tiny! Callie is quick to purr when shes ready to snuggle, but once shes up, its all about play time! She loves her catnip pickle probably more than anything, but the cutest is when shes running around with a fuzzy ball toy in her mouth.

Tiny is named tiny because he was once the smallest kitten in his litter! Now hes caught up and is proving to be a perfect orange tabby boy, fighting for your lap with his siblings, interrupting your work from home calls for some screen time and pouncing around with his best friend Callie. He is quick to purr when its snuggle time, but since he is still a kitten, once hes away, its all about playtime and zoomies.

These two cuties will be wonderful additions to a lucky family!

If you’d like to learn more or are interested in adopting, please call or email


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