Meet Pearl! And what a Pearl of a girl she is! This sweet Momma kitty was found living in a hollowed tree with her 5 beautiful kittens in a Wake Forest neighborhood. With some coaxing, her little family was rescued and placed for adoption. All of her kittens have found their forever homes and Pearl is hoping to do the same.
Pearl is a young diluted torti approximately 1-2 yrs old. She is FeLV and FIV negative. She has already been spayed and microchipped. Her coat is lovely and she has the most beautiful big, green eyes you've ever seen! She is cautious but very sweet. She loves to spend her day lounging in a chair in her foster Mom's office and often comes over for a good head scratch. Sometimes she rolls over and asks for a belly rub, too! She is very neat with her food, water and litter box. While she takes a little time to warm up, she is very gentle and even tolerates a one year old's love.
Won't you consider making this pretty girl part of your family?
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