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Reese Domestic Short Hair Palatine, IL

  • Kitten
  • Female
  • Small
  • Black & White / Tuxedo


Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other cats, children.

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Meet Reese

Energetic and shy, Reese is looking for her forever home! This cute kitten is very curious, always following other cats around and looking for her next adventure. She loves to chase her toys around and play with her foster sister for hours!

Reese is still learning how to trust humans, so she is a bit shy with them. She will need humans who take the time to hold her daily and offer her treats until she learns that people are safe. With the right family, we have no doubt Reese will blossom! Reese is great with other kitties and will need a young kitty playmate in her new home. If you don't already have a young cat at home, please consider adopting Reese with another FFF kitty! She is good with adults and respectful children, as long as they know she is not very snuggly yet. Apply today for a lifetime of love!

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Did you know that two cats are actually easier than one?? AND FFF offers a discount for adopting two cats at once!

Seven Ways That Kitten Friendships are Beneficial by Kitten Lady Hannah Shaw

Learn by Observation - Kittens learn by observation and will more quickly pick up skills like using the litter box or grooming if they have another kitten or cat to teach them.
Focus Play Aggression - Having a friend means they can take out their play aggression on one another (instead of on you.) They'll also teach each other good boundaries about biting and scratching.
Entertain & Enrich - When your kitten has a buddy, they'll always be entertained, active, and enriched. And a happy cat makes a happy home!
Keep Out of Trouble - One mischievous kitten can be destructive if left alone, but two kittens tend to keep each other occupied and out of trouble.
Easier Intro to Adult Cat - If you have an adult cat at home, two new kittens may be easier to introduce into your family than one. While one kitten may nag an older cat, two kittens will keep each other company while the older cat watches from a distance.
Comfort in Friendship - Having a pal will help your kitten settle into a new home. Just like humans, kittens have an easier time feeling comfortable trying something new if they've got a friend to do it with them.
Bonded Pair Adoption - It's easier to adopt a bonded pair than it is to introduce a new cat later. Adopting a dynamic duo ensures that you'll have a harmonious home for years to come!

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