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Teddy Bear Is Eager to Play, Play, Play in a Safe and Loving Home
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By Special to GV Wire
Published 5 months ago on
December 7, 2023

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My name is Teddy Bear. It’s nice to meet you!

I, with my siblings, was born outdoors next to a tire shop. It was so scary outside with all the noises of cars and people. I really needed to always be watching out for something that could hurt me.

One day a lady took me and my siblings to her home. Wow, what a relief I felt being indoors away from the all the chaos of the outside world. At my foster home I finally felt safe.

My foster mom says I’m a very strong kitten since I love to chase and tackle my siblings to show how strong and fast I am. I love to play with toys especially a Fishing Line toy, I also love boxes and tunnels.

I get along well with many other felines whom my mom is also fostering. Now eight months old, I hope to be adopted into a loving family then once home I can feel safe, and play, play, play!

To adopt Teddy Bear or see other available cats and kittens, visit Cat House on the Kings.

All adoptable animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, treated for fleas and litter-box trained.

The nonprofit Cat House on the Kings is California’s largest no-cage, no-kill, lifetime cat sanctuary and adoption center.

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