I'm going to get a kitten for my birthday.
One has not been selected yet.
My mother found someone at work with some under 3 months in age, so I might even get one that has not been subjected to "medical" tyranny cruelties, getting to save it from such a fate. (Forced sterilizations, vaccines (which only hurt the vaccinated, not benefit them), microchipping... THOSE ARE ANIMAL CRUELTY! And, 2/3 hurt the pet quality!)
I favor tortoiseshell, orange tabby, and snowshoe coats.
And, of breeds, I like the savannah, which I will obviously not be getting, as those are too expensive. (It's 1,000-to-3,000 USD for a savannah. - It's cheaper than a fennec fox, at least. And, most states treat the savannah the same as ordinary house cats, so they are legal to own as a pet, without even requiring a special permit. (My state is not one listed off online as outlawing them, restricting them, or requiring a special permit.))
My mother said the free kittens are calico-like. So, one might appeal to my preferences, since I like orange, black (when paired with another of my favorite colors), and fair-haired cats (from pale cream, to vivid brass).
It is also common for people to mistakenly call tortoiseshells calicos, or calicos tortoiseshells. So, they might be tortoiseshells.
Neither sort seems to be common.
Orange tabbies are for some reason highly common in my city right now, despite they didn't used to be, so they're easy to get. There's many good ones at the Humane Society right now, including many kittens. And, very many are on petfinder.
It used to be that most cats here tended towards black, white, and gray, including silver/gray tabbies were common. But, much of those cats were wiped out by these flus that the NWO keeps releasing on us. It's now abnormal to see a cat, let alone kitten around my neighborhood, which has caused a mouse problem in the neighborhood. (We have mice for the second time since those cats of my childhood died off.)
Since this kitten will potentially have much invested into it, and might luckily be fertile, I might have it be an indoor cat. And, I might use leash and harness for walks for time outside. This could also lower the chance of being killed off by influenza by those globalist @$$holes.
The kitten will be a Cancer, Leo, or Virgo in Sun Sign.
Cancer would be tame. Leo fun. And, Virgo independent.
Hopefully, I'll get a Leo.
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