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Spookster – Adopted November 2021!

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Breed: Domestic Short hair
Gender: To be determined
Age: Born in September
Size: Small, but growing!

Energy Level: Kitten energy! Big bursts of play with long periods of naps!
Litter trained? Working on it!
Kids? With proper Socialization, Supervision & Separation!
Cats? With proper Socialization, Supervision & Separation!
Dogs? With proper Socialization, Supervision & Separation!
Medical Needs: Moving forward finishing the first round of vaccinations as well as yearly check ups!

About Me:

Hi, I’m Spookster!

My siblings and I are still together, I love being able to play with my littermates, I wouldn't even mind sharing my forever family with one!

I love exploring new places and things! I am an adventurous young kitten looking for a family to help me learn and grow.

I get along with my family and am very curious about older cats, but would want to make sure they won't beat me up before I try to play! I need attention, love, affection, and lots of playtime!

I have haven’t had much interactions with dogs, besides a couple of visits at my foster home. If I was to move into a home with a dog, lots of small introductions, treats, supervision and separation to make sure I am safe would be needed!

I haven't had much time with small humans, I am small myself, so I'm sure we'll get along, as long as they are gentle, and can read my body language and respect when I want to be alone.



My Purrrfect Match

  • be ready for a 15+ year commitment!
  • remember I am a baby! I need lots of love, encouragement, patience and gentle learning.
  • provide lots of enrichment, scratching towers, toys, catio etc.
  • keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for yearly checkups.
  • understand that I am still developing and my personality may change over time!
  • will keep me safe and happy, forever.


My Story:

We were an unexpected litter & our previous family loved us, but after our mother went out, and didn't come back, unfortunately we think she passed away when we were only a couple of weeks old, they knew WAG could provide us around the clock care that orphaned kittens need. WAG staff fostered us to provide overnight care and feedings. Raising kittens without a mother takes a lot of care and a lot of formula!


If you can't adopt at this time, consider donating to WAG for our care!