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In shelter Cat

Parlier, CA, 93648
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This spunky boy is called Batman! He flies around the house (without a cape!) and is super playful and energetic. Batmans most favorite thing in the whole wide world is his sidekick, Robin! They enjoy all kinds of kitten games including zooming up the cat tree, bouncing and pouncing together and chasing balls and kitty toys around the house. They are very curious, adventurous and as brave as any super hero. This dynamic duo needs to keep up their strength and they REALLY LOVE FOOD! They do not turn down any meals or snack opportunities. Batman is also a sweet cuddle-kitty who enjoys the loving and affectionate attention of his foster humans. He gets along well with other kittens and adult cats. He has not been exposed to dogs or children. Batman is a fun and frisky kitten who is now ready to join a forever home. Although they do not need to be adopted together, if you are looking to adopt two kittens, Batman and Robin would make the purrfect dynamic duo to add to your family!

Please note:
- Batman should be adopted with his best friend

For more information or to apply for Batman, please go to:



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