Mad Hatter (in PetSmart Manhattan)

  • Animal ID


  • Breed

    Domestic Shorthair

  • Age

    2 months

  • Size

    2 pounds

  • Sex


  • Housetrained


  • Declawed


  • Location

    Plaquemines Parish Campus

  • Intake Date


  • Adoption Price


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"Have I gone mad? I'm afraid so. You're entirely bonkers. But I'll tell you a secret: all the best kittens are."

Meet the Mad Hatter kitten-your ticket to a whimsical wonderland of fun and companionship! With a twinkle in his eye and a hat full of mischief, this playful little chap is always ready to entertain. Whether he's hosting a tea party with his favorite toys or chasing after imaginary creatures, the Mad Hatter kitten brings a dash of eccentric charm to every moment.

Known for his quirky personality and endless energy, the Mad Hatter is a master of antics and acrobatics. Watch as he leaps and bounds through the air, chasing after dangling strings and jingling bells with boundless enthusiasm. His playful nature knows no bounds, and he's always up for a game of chase or a round of hide-and-seek.

When the tea party winds down, the Mad Hatter kitten loves nothing more than snuggling up close for some well-deserved pets and chin scratches. Beneath his whimsical exterior lies a heart as warm as freshly brewed tea, ready to melt into yours with purrs of contentment.

If you're looking for a kitten who's as quirky as he is lovable, as playful as he is affectionate, then adopt the Mad Hatter and let the adventure begin!

Mad Hatter is available for adoption at PetSmart on Manhattan Blvd: 1321 Manhattan Blvd, Harvey, LA 70058 For any questions, please call 504-934-6931 or email

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