It's another Wet Nose Wednesday and we've got the cutest cat up for adoption thanks to our friends at Pet Overpopulation Prevention.

Today we spotlight Reese, the cutest kitty that is only 5 months old. Reese is a domestic shorthair tabby.

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We'll let Reese tell you about himself with some meows!

Hello, I am Reese!

I am a love bug, although I can be a little shy and skittish until I know you better. I was so skittish at first it was thought that I was a feral kitten so my ear has been tipped. But I am very much a snuggler and love living indoors. I get along well with other cats and children.

I might hide at first but it won't take me long to get comfortable. I love snuggling right next to my foster mom on the couch and I am very playful although I sometimes like to chew on her fingers. I am very diligent about my litterbox use. I would love to become your best buddy. Reese has been neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped.

The adoption fee is $100 and includes a complimentary vet exam, coupons from PetSmart, and a gift bag from POPP.

If you are interested in adopting me, fill out the application here and I'm looking forward to going home just in time for the holidays.

You can also check out other cats and kittens to be adopted here.

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