Sweet Pea is Sponsored by: Teresa Edwards
SNAP Cats rescued Sweet Pea from Vacaville, CA. SNAP Cats rescued Sweet Pea because her mom didn’t feel she could express Sweet Pea properly and didn’t want to hurt her. Sweet Pea is a wonderful kitty, friendly, and is easy to express... once you figure her out. She has some control over her bladder but it's best to crate her at night. If Sweet Pea's expressed three times a day she usually won't leave you any presents. Sweet Pea has minor mobility issues in her rear legs, but gets around just fine. She gets along great with our other cats, and will make a wonderful addition to any family!
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