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When Berry was rescued as a feral kitten (at about 8wks old), he was so tiny, and is obviously the runt of the litter. He is still a small kitten. He is the size of a female kitten, and acts more like a female too! Berry’s belly is very round (he is healthy) and he loves to roll back and forth to show it off. If he’s happy, he’ll “knead the air” while he rolls. He is funny to watch, and is fully acclimated to living indoors and with humans.
Berry’s right eye is cloudy from a past eye infection, but he seems to have great vision (he can chase and jump just like other cats). He reacts well to older cats. Seems timid of children, he’ll hide but he won’t bite. He is neutered.
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