Born ~4/10/17, F, Tabby, Domestic Medium Hair
Ali is the sweetest little kitten her foster mom has ever had. This little love bug will spend hours purring, napping, and making muffins on your chest, lap, neck, or anywhere else she can get close enough to snuggle. Ali also has the loudest purr of any kitten you have probably ever met and sometimes all it takes is a glance in her direction for her to start purring.
She can be a bit on the shy side at first and takes a little while to come out of her shell, but when her brother Jax is around she doesn’t seem shy at all! The two of them love to play together boxing, pouncing, running through the cat tunnels, and chasing toys up and down the hallway. Ali loves to put toy mice in her mouth and run around with them while her brother Jax chases her for them, which is adorable yet hilarious to watch.
When Ali isn’t cuddling or playing she is very content just laying back and watching the commotion or basking in the sunshine. She has gorgeous spots all along her belly and sides as well as the best sad eyes her foster mom has ever seen. If you put her down from cuddling before she is ready be prepared to pick her right back up, because her sad eyes are impossible to resist!
Ali would love to go to a home with her brother Jax. This dynamic duo will provide you with many laughs and cuddles. Both Jax and Ali do well with other cats, dogs, and children. Ali’s ideal home would be one that will be patient with her, give her lots of cuddles, and allow her to come out of her shell in her own time. While she might take a little longer to blossom and come around, her foster mom can assure you the wait will be worth it as she truly is such a sweet and special kitten.
Ali will come vaccinated, spayed, microchipped, and dewormed.
Ali is fostered in the Sacramento area.
Contact: Alyssa at 805-878-8053 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions, or send an Adoption Application. If you are unable to reach Alyssa by phone or email, email us at Info@purebredsplus.org.
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!