About this Cat
Manini is a neutered, short-haired, black and white tuxedo male kitten born about 5-10-19. Named by his rescuers, Manini means “small one.”
Manini was the runt of the litter when he and his sister, Ele Ele were found in an abandoned space, left there by a feral mother. The kittens were about 5 weeks old.
Since then, Manini has grown very fast. He will likely grow to be a larger cat with a deep, rumbly purr. Manini has taken on some characteristics of his foster mom’s dog and now enjoys belly rubs, follows you around the house, and greets you at the door when you come home. A little shy around new people, Manini just needs some time to get to know you. Once comfortable, he becomes a social butterfly and loves being held. Being very active, he will play with anything and everything. The best way to his heart is his stomach.
Manini has three of his kitten series shots and is dewormed. He is twice tested feline-leukemia negative, and is vaccinated against leukemia.
To learn more, contact ACAT at 907-982-2228. Serious inquiries should include ACAT’s preadoption application.