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In shelter Cat

Rochester, MN, 55901
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Orange / Red)
Coat length:
It’s nice here, but “iguana” go now. I’m an orange tabby kitten with a lanky body and a narrow face. My foster mom named me Lizard. My five siblings and I were born in the foster home in late April after our mom was found to be pregnant. I’m a good example of why it’s a good idea to adopt kittens in pairs because a young kitten needs lots of playtime and activity to keep busy. My foster mom said that I am “an absolute psycho” and if something happens, I was always the first suspect. Oh-oh! Mr. Trouble! I will keep you entertained, so have lots of toys and things for me to climb on to keep me out of mischief. And another kitten or an active young cat like my beloved mom, Delvey, would be great too. Lizard – I’m one in a “chameleon”!

Adoption fee $150 + microchip fee $30 + tax


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