Her name says it all. Purrla's a purrbox on four furry feet, and a joy to be around. A typical kitten, she's playful, fun-loving, and just a hoot to watch. Put them all together and you have Purrla, a very sweet kitty just waiting to take over your life with her charm. She gets along well with her siblings and other fostermates, so should easily adapt to a new family. Thankfully someone was lookin' for Purrla and her siblings, too. Or should we say, lookin'-out for. Purrla and 8 other prewean kittens were found in a box in a handicapped parking space in Hellyer Park when they were just 2 weeks old. Their eyes barely opened, their first look at the world was in a box, but with loving care in their foster home and being spoiled by their human mom, this litter of kittens blossomed into loving little purrboxes. Adopting a kitten is a 10-20 year commitment, is beneficial because they readily adapt to their new home, and will provide many years of love, devotion, entertainment, and companionship. Purrla's ideal humans are those who crave the fun, energy, joy, and inquisitiveness of a kitten, and will happily include her in their daily activities. She'll do best in an active home with another pet (hopefully her sister Gracie; brothers McKinney, Oakley, Rooney, or Willoughby; or a fostermate) and older children to keep him company. With a loving family, she'll be a wonderful and constant companion for many years. Born in March 2014, Purrla is a white with black spots DMH female, is spayed, has age-appropriate vaccinations (FVRCP), tested negative for FIV/FeLV, dewormed, deflead, and microchipped for identification. She uses the litterbox and scratching post, and must be indoors-only. Please contact Purrla's foster mom at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (408) 427-2949 (voicemail) for more information about adoption; messages returned within 24 hours.
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