Cheshire Cat (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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"Most everyone's mad here. You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself."

Meet the Cheshire Cat kitten-a purrfect blend of mystery and charm! With his mesmerizing grin and enchanting presence, this playful feline will captivate you from the moment you meet. Known for his knack for appearing and disappearing at will, the Cheshire Cat kitten loves to keep you guessing with his playful antics and quirky personality.

He's a master of stealth and surprise, effortlessly weaving through obstacles and pouncing on his favorite toys with grace and agility. Watch as he bats at dangling feathers and chases after rolling balls, leaving a trail of smiles in his wake. His playful energy is boundless, and he's always ready to entertain with his whimsical charm.

Despite his mischievous nature, the Cheshire Cat kitten has a soft side too. He adores curling up in cozy spots and enjoys gentle pets and chin scratches. His purrs of contentment will melt away your worries and transport you to a world of comfort and companionship.

If you're looking for a kitten with a personality as unique as his grin, adopt the Cheshire Cat and let his magic bring joy and wonder into your home!

Cheshire Cat 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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