BreedDomestic Short Hair
Agekitten (0 - 6 months)
Good With Kids?
Good With Cats?Unknown
Good With Dogs?Unknown Learn More
Squealer was by far the tiniest in her litter. At 2 days old she was barely half the size of her brother. We were a little concerned for her, but what we didn’t know was what an assertive little girl she was. She always found her way into the center of the kitten pile and forced her way to the milk. Early on her favorite playmate was her much larger brother Tank, who she routinely assaulted from behind (not that she spares her sisters). She is still one of the more engaging kittens in a litter of playful engaging kittens.
In her first few weeks, Squealer was a quiet little kitten until you picked her up, then she would begin shouting her name for all to hear. As she has grown up a little she has learned being held is actually a good thing, but you will still occasionally get her trademark ‘squee’ when you pick her up.
All of Kayla’s kittens are curious and playful. They have the slight hesitation of caution that most kittens have, but there isn’t a scared or shy one in the bunch. They get along equally well with each other and have been exposed to other adult cats throughout their life so likely will adapt well to any accepting cat. They will do best in a home with another feline (possibly canine) playmate as they are a bundle of energy with a voracious appetite for play. They are fine about being held, but as they are still kittens they are usually a bit impatient about getting back to playtime. They love toys and play with virtually every one put before them (and a few other things they deem worthy of the designation). The family favorites are the laser pointer and the crinkly tunnel.
Estimated date of birth: 11/20/2018
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