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Born ~5/3/18, Nebelung Mix
The most common cat behavior that has an adorable, but somewhat-unknown name, is the “boop.” To boop means to bop something on the nose or bop something with your nose. This adorable little girl does both! Within 30 minutes of being with the foster…she was bopping her brother on the nose and bopping her fosters hand, arm, and chin with her nose. Hence her name.
Boop has a beautiful full coat and has the look of a long haired Russian Blue or a Nebulung. We expect her to be a long-haired beauty when she grows up! How would we know that you might ask? She looks just like another kitten from the same area…and that kitten grew up to be a stunning beauty. This girl is already on her way. Just look at her cute little face…
Boop is one high energy little kitty too! She is constantly on the go and on the move. She checks out everything and is very curious, and yes, adorable beyond belief. Boop loves toys, scratching posts, and anything that moves. Heck, it doesn’t even have to move! She likes to curl up in the dog bowl right now, with or without food she doesn’t care. She also will curl up with the dog! She will stand on her hind legs and “fight” and she bears hugs your legs. And the nice thing is she does not use her claws when playing with humans. If you’re looking for entertainment and non-stop fun then you have found it with this quirky little girl!
These two adorable kittens came to us from a small Northern NV town when they were about 4 weeks old. Yup, little rednecks. They are so lucky to have been “rescued” as most kittens in that area do not make it to adulthood (because they cannot be caught). We are thrilled to have been able to have such an adorable loving pair.
Boop and Blep are very bonded and do have to go together. They have a whole lot of love to give to a special family. They get along with other kitties and even very gentle dogs. They are people oriented and each has their own very distinct personality Bloop is high-energy, running around and curious beyond belief. Blep is a lover and cuddler, he likes to play but humans are his favorite. They would do well with gentle children.
Boop will be ready to go home before the end of July, once she is spayed. She will be vaccinated, spayed, de-wormed and vet checked. . She eats wet and dry food and is litter-box perfect.
Boop is fostered in Reno, NV.