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Alfie - A Bottle-Fed Cow Kitty   

In shelter Cat

Newport Beach, CA, 92658
Pet name:
Alfie - A Bottle-Fed Cow Kitty
Domestic Short Hair
Sweet Bottle Fed & Hand RaisedThese teenage kittens are so very cute! Many people call them Cow or Moo Kitties.

Cow kitties come in so many different varieties, big spots, little spots and different shades of spots that make them all very unique.

Cow kitties are also known also as Bi-colored cats.

Alfie was bottle-fed and hand raised which makes him a super "pet-quality" choice. He has been well-love and cared for.

Belly rubs are the best says Alfie and he loves to snuggle in your arms and nuzzle under your chin. He likes to sleep cuddled up and has a very loud purr. He will run to greet you at the door, too! Just a really lovely kitten.

Alfie is a traditional cow kitty with white with back spots. He is affectionate and playful and outgoing and sociable. He has a big appetite for canned food and comes when he is called for meals.

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