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In shelter Cat

Alexandria, VA, 22314
Pet name:
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Cannoli might be the smallest of his brothers but he is BIG on personality!  He and his brothers were found in a warehouse and a Good Samaritan called us to take these little ones in. Cannoli makes the cutest little sounds while he plays and is very chatty with his foster family. He loves zooming all around after his toys and playing chase with other kittens up the cat tree as well as the occasional wrestling match with his brothers. Hes very affectionate and rolls over for belly rubs and gives kisses. Cannoli would love to be adopted with one of his brothers or join another young and active cat in a forever home.

To be considered as a potential adopter, complete an adoption application at Completing the application does not guarantee it will be approved.
We are an all volunteer group and unfortunately are unable to answer every phone call, adoption inquiry, or application.
Please understand  you will be contacted only if your application is approved.

Because of the covid virus we have temporarily suspended our typical adoption activities. If you would like to be considered as a Foster to adopt candidate please complete an adoption application at or reply to this post and tell us why youre looking to adopt. Each application is considered for approval on a case by case basis.


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