This little one thinks she should be everyone's princess! She loves posing and being cute when a visitor comes to visit. Is she one that might do well with you? ZISA got lots of attention at the shelter, where we nicknamed her the "Kitten in a Cup," because she would sit in her food bowl in order to be as close as she could to the humans who stopped by to visit. Her plight as an orphan soon won the heart of a foster mom and she was accepted as part of the family group at the foster home. She is fluffy, friendly and still needs a home! She is not growing too fast.We start with an application, found on our website: www.friendsofcampbellcounty.org. A volunteer will contact you after reviewing it.
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