No maybes about it. She was born with it! She is Maybelline. This little one has personality by the boat loads. Weighing in at just two pounds as of Monday, October 9, 2023, Mabes had rocked her first vet visit. While she did let out a bloodcurdling scream when blood was drawn for her combo test, she quickly returned to purr monster and biscuit maker. Her test was negative for both feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus. Mabes received his initial distemper vaccination and is scheduled to be spayed on November 28th and to receive her rabies vaccination, distemper booster and microchip on that same date. An absolute hoot as she bunny hops through my residence keeping pace with the bigger kittens, this little one can hold her own when it comes to playing and/or tussling. She is full of typical kitten energy and curiosity. She plays hard and crashes hard after playing. She is great with my personal and rescue kitties and sees my dogs as oversized kitty buddies. Found confused and befuddled in a trailer park on Saturday, September 9th, with no other kittens or mom in sight, I retrieved her from her finder on Sunday evening, September 10th and she became a member of my rescue kitty crew. While I was told that she would not eat, Mabes happily chowed down on a full can of Royal Canin Mother and Baby Cat her first night and has continued to eat heartily. Her tuxedoed coat is now soft and silky and appears yo have some brendling. An absolute kitten doll. If you are interested in becoming this little girl's person please feel free to reach out to me. I do when possible like to receive a vet reference for potential adopters.