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Tiger is a big cat with beautiful markings of a Tabby cat grey/silver with black markings stripes and spots he has white tummy and bib very soft fur. He is a kitten at heart and still loves to play especially with interactive toys like wand toys or the laser. He has a green fluffy ball which he loves and he will also hide in the curtains and play hide and seek. He has always lived with his sister Lucy.
Tiger loves his food and also treats and has a handful of treats every night hand fed to him one by one.
He will take some time to get to know you but once he comes to love you he will be very affectionate, Tiger loves kisses, lots of kisses! He will climb on top of your chest and paddle his Paws into your chest. He will eventually sleep on your bed every night.
Tiger’s owner moved away three years ago and he has been cared for by his owners mother who already has a cat, Tiger’s sister. Tiger is fed up competing with his sister for affection and wants to have an owner all to himself. Tiger would be best suited as an only cat with someone who could give him all the affection he craves. The lady who is currently caring for him has become elderly and frail and can only manage looking after one cat litter and one cat and needs to find another home for Tiger.
All Little Paws Kitten Rescue cats and kittens come to you vet checked, desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, flea treated, and litter trained. As we are a rescue group, the adoption fee is not negotiable. Little Paws Kitten Rescue cats and kittens are indoor or cat enclosure only and must go to homes that intend them to stay that way. This is for their safety, the health of the cat or kitten and for the environment. It is our foster carer’s choice as to which home a cat or kitten goes to. We match the cats and kittens to the adoptee; we do not necessarily “sell” to the first caller. As our foster carers are all volunteers raising the cats and kittens in their own home, we would appreciate you letting them know if you cannot make an appointment.