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Looking to adopt a pet? Here are 5 cuddly kittens available now in San Diego

Looking to adopt a pet? Here are 5 cuddly kittens available now in San Diego
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on January 24, 2020.

Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are dozens of fluffy felines up for adoption at animal shelters in and around San Diego, so you won't have to look far to find the perfect new pal.

Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of kittens available for adoption near you. Read on to meet some friendly, furry locals.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)


Yowie, domestic shorthair and Siamese mix

Yowie is a charming male domestic shorthair and Siamese kitten being kept at Animal Rescuers Without Borders Inc.

Yowie is the life of the party, and he loves kids, dogs or cats. He has mastered his house-training etiquette. He's already had all of his shots.

Yowie's current caretakers say:

Yowie and his two brothers, Bigfoot and Yeti, come to us from Ensenada, Mexico. They were rescued from a family whose personal cat was an indoor/outdoor cat that was not spayed and had kittens. They cared for them for their first couple of weeks of life, and then requested help with them from ARWOB. The boys are the sweetest with both cats and people (not dog-tested yet). Ideally, we would love for them to be adopted into a home with other friendly cats. (For more on Yowie's siblings, see the next two items.)

Read more about Yowie on Petfinder.

Bigfoot, domestic shorthair and tabby mix

Bigfoot is a male domestic shorthair and tabby kitten being kept at Animal Rescuers Without Borders Inc.

Bigfoot is ready to make friends, and he loves children, dogs or cats. He's had all his shots and mastered his house-training etiquette.

Here's what Bigfoot's friends at Animal Rescuers Without Borders Inc. think of him:

Bigfoot and his two brothers come to us from Ensenada, Mexico. (See item above and below.) The boys are the sweetest with both cats and people (not dog-tested yet). Ideally, we would love for them to be adopted into a home with other friendly cats.

Read more about Bigfoot on Petfinder.

Yeti, domestic shorthair and Siamese mix

Yeti is a handsome male domestic shorthair and Siamese kitten in the care of Animal Rescuers Without Borders Inc.

Yeti is the life of the party — he'll get along great with your dogs, cats and kids. He's mastered his house-training etiquette. His vaccinations are already up to date.

From Yeti's current caretaker:

Yeti and his two brothers come to us from Ensenada, Mexico. (See the preceding two items.) The boys are the sweetest with both cats and people (not dog-tested yet). Ideally, we would love for them to be adopted into a home with other friendly cats.

Read more about Yeti on Petfinder.

Miss Muffett, Siamese

Miss Muffett is a lovable female Siamese kitten staying at Baja Animal Sanctuary.

Miss Muffett is eager to make friends — she loves dogs, cats and kids. She has had all her shots and is already house-trained.

Here's what Miss Muffett's friends at Baja Animal Sanctuary think of her:

This is one sweet, loving and energetic kitty. 

Apply to adopt Miss Muffett today at Petfinder.

Micha, Russian blue

Micha is a sweet female Russian blue kitten being kept at Animal Advocates of the U.S.

She gets along well with kids, dogs or cats.

Her current caretakers say:

Micha is about 5 months old. She has a special bond with her foster companion dog, Tita (also up for adoption). It would be wonderful if they were adopted together, but it's not necessary. Micha is spayed and fully vaccinated, de-wormed, flea treated and her adoption fee includes a complementary health check-up by a participating clinic.

Apply to adopt Micha today at Petfinder.


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