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Bitsy (and Rascal) Domestic Short Hair Chicago, IL
- Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)
- Sweet, Playful, Bonded, Young, social
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other cats, children.
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Meet Bitsy (and Rascal)
These siblings are a bonded pair, and they love to play together! Bitsy and Rascal love swatting toys and balls back and forth, and when the right moment hits, they can be found, chasing each other around the apartment. Bitsy and Rascal love to sleep in their cat tree ( a must have!), but they also enjoy snuggling against their foster parents' feet in bed.
Bitsy makes appearances in her foster parents' bed, by popping up to say hi. She'll give you some loving, and expects some loving, in return. Bitsy loves staring out the window, sitting by the window, sleeping by the window... you get the point!
Brother Rascal is VERY interested in what the resident humans are up to. He likes to sit on his foster mom's desk and play throughout the day. Playing is his love language, but he also loves scratches and being brushed.
Bitsy and Rascal's foster parents are still working from home, but we think this pair would tolerate a home in which their humans work outside the house. Overall, Bitsy and Rascal are stellar kitties, who would fit into just about any home situation.
If you would like to meet and possibly adopt Bitsy and Rascal, please email email@example.com or call 773/203-0215. No texts, please.
CCR adopts to forever homes in Chicago or the very near suburbs that are within 10 miles of our Chicago foster families. We love our cats and we pledge support for the rest of their lives, which is why our location limits are in place. We appreciate your understanding. If you are outside of these limits, please check petfinder.com, which allows searching by zip code, for cats closer to your home.
At Chicago Cat Rescue, we are dedicated to both the physical and emotional well being of the cats and kittens in our care. For this reason, unless expressly stated, we do not place cats or kittens in homes where they will be the only cat. Generally cats love the company of other cats, and can become quite lonely when living alone.
Kittens will only be placed in pairs, or to join another kitten or young cat in your home.
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Bitsy (and Rascal)
- Domestic Short Hair