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Female Kitten Domestic Shorthair (mixed)

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About Apricot

Adoption Fee: $100

Meet Apricot, the Gentle Sprite of the Feline Quartet! This light orange, short-haired, spayed, and vaccinated female tabby is a cherished sibling to Cayenne, Mango, and Bubbles, with the esteemed title of Tangerine's daughter. Apricot stands out as the bashful one among the group, but her reserved demeanor doesn't overshadow her love for being picked up and showered with gentle pets.

Despite her initial shyness, Apricot blossoms into a playful spirit when presented with an array of toys. Known for her grace, she gets along famously with other cats, though her interactions with small children and dogs remain uncharted territory. Crate trained and a lover of the sun Apricot finds solace and relaxation laying in the warm embrace of a sunbeam that streams from the patio window, making her a delightful addition to a tranquil feline-loving household.



Primary Color
Orange or Red
Coat Pattern
Pet Has Special Needs
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats

Guardian Angel Pet Rescue, Inc

Guardian Angel Pet Rescue, Inc Calimesa CA 92223

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Domestic Short Hair

Like so many this kitty was born outside to a homeless mother. This kitty is one of six kittens caught and kept in a 400sf travel traile... show more

Like so many this kitty was born outside to a homeless mother. This kitty is one of six kittens caught and kept in a 400sf travel trailer in a park with a small dog and two kind hearted senior citizens with health problems. After several months living in trailer the old couple couldn’t find a rescue to take them so they ended up in a shelter. In the shelter they completely shut down they were so terrified. Seamed un adoptable they were neutered and spayed and slated to be released as feral’s despite not being feral, never survi.ving outdoors on their own, no safe place to be released, catching colds and having become underweight having lost as much as a pound in the shelter. Rescue stepped in. Treated their colds. Helped them regain their health. And most importantly gave them love and time to once again become kittens who seek attention and love to play! As their foster, since early December, I know they will make totally awesome family members. They will likely will need a quiet safe introduction to integrating into family life but will completely bond once they are comfortable. You never know it may take a minute, hour, week… but regardless of how long they deserve to be given the time and to have their own homes I am the only female in the batch and will need the most socialization, If you are interested in the satisfaction that comes with winning a shy cat over...I am the girl for you.  show less