LITTLE MAMA – A1125244
Safe - 9-13-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 9/13/17 Little Mama is a friendly kitten who needs a loving home.
Little Mama A1125244 – 4 week female brown tabby:
Basic Information: Little mama is a young DSH female with no known health issues or injuries. She is not declawed and has not seen a vet recently.
Socialization: Little Mama is unbothered by guests and is approachable for attention. She plays gentle but has not spent time with children. She lived with another male cat and was respectful with him, and played well together.
Behavior: Little Mama has no bite history and is quiet in the car.Her owner has not bathed or groomed her as she is still a kitten. She is not bothered by being picked up or put in the carrier. She is described as being friendly, affectionate, and playful, and has a high activity level.
For a new family to know: Little mama likes to play with her sibling most of the day but will sit with the owner in the evening when watching tv. She likes to play with all kinds of toys and has been an indoor cat. She sleeps on a bed and eats dry food. She is litter box trained using an uncovered box and pellet litter. She scratches on carpet.
During Intake: Little mama was friendly and allowed for all handling.
CAME IN WITH
A1125240 — MISU
A1125243 – TALL BOY
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