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Adopted by Jeff and Niki
Unsettling times… Sometimes it takes a jolt to remember that there is no place like home— especially if you have a furry someone to give you reasons to smile. Let’s talk, so you can think about whether I’m the one for you.
My name is Chidori. Yes, it is a funny name. It means “plover.” That’s a kind of bird, one I would probably eat if I met it in real life. Thank goodness I am indoor only. But sometimes my foster mom calls me Dori. If I come to live with you, you can call me whatever you want.
I am pretty certain of my birthday because I came into rescue needing a bottle every three hours. I kept my foster mom busy because I was a great eater, and just look at me now! I think my umbilical cord was wrapped around my tail, because I lost the tail tip when I was about one month old. My foster mom thinks my short tail is rather cute and adds to my unique look.
Now let’s talk about my personality. I love my humans. I especially enjoy cuddling around my foster mom’s neck, sleeping next to her, and kissing her face now and then to let her know how much I love her. If you don’t want a cat to sleep in your bed with you, please turn the page!I didn’t grow up with other kittens, but there are several grown-up cats in my foster mom’s house, and they showed me the ropes. I can play with the best of them, and they all take turns grooming my face if they think I haven’t done a good enough job. As much fun as I’ve been having with others of my own kind, I really need to have another feline companion in my forever home.
I am a good eater, quiet as a mouse, playful, and super fun. Life has been good to me so far, but I am ready for my next adventure. Will it be with you?
I am litter box perfect, tested, vaccinated, and microchipped.
I am fostered in Davis, CA Contact: Laurel 530-304-2836 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org