She is the smallest in size of the litter, but the biggest in personality! When Mom Talia and 4 kittens were brought to their new foster home, the three bigger kittens nestled together for comfort. But this kitten ran right out to meet her new people and new surroundings, as if to say, "Me, me! Look at Mimi!" Always trying to show that size doesn't matter on the playing field, she often hurdles after her siblings and excitedly vaults herself all of -- well, 4 inches, unfortunately not clearing the stool that her siblings just bounced over. But, of course she meant to do that! Mimi's a dignified little kitten who never gives in to peer pressure. That's right, she can run around the stool just as fast as her siblings can jump over it! She is so friendly, curious, and playful, and would love to go to a forever home soon. Very young kittens do much better with a companion, so it would be best to adopt Mimi with a sibling or her mom, Talia.
Mom-cat Talia was wandering Whipple Avenue in Redwood City near a large apartment complex. She was quite thin but obviously very pregnant and abandoned. A cat lover in the complex brought her inside and contacted PCW asking for help. That night Talia gave birth to Mimi, Richard, Sophia and Lyla. PCW took over care of this cat family when the kittens were two weeks old.