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I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
History: Pepsi was rescued by The TNR Project. Pepsi was pulled from a property in Azusa where the neighbor died and another neighbor took over feeding so the cats wouldn't starve. The neighbors complained and the animal control gave us one week to pull all the cats & kittens or they would come back to trap/euthanize them all. Talk about heartbreaking!!! Plus, a pack of coyotes were picking off the cats one by one! We rallied the troops and pulled 9 kittens for socialization and 6 have been adopted. These kittens are some of the SWEETEST, SOFTEST kittens we've ever come across! We couldn't toss them back onto the streets and we're so glad we were able to find fosters on such short notice! Pepsi is a curious little one. She loves to follow you everywhere, loves to be held, eats like a champ, loves her pets and loves to play with Da Bird! She can be a little acrobat and loves swinging in her hammock. She loves to sneak up and help you feed the others (well, she sneaks bites of food out of their dishes) and is the first one to the food dish. She is also learning how to be a lap cat, but if you lay down, she is right by your side. Pepsi is a beautiful marbled brown tabby on top of white with gold eyes. We are so happy we were able to foster this little one...she is nothing short of amazing! She has quite the fan club with our contractors who are here working on our offices and would go home with one of them if they didn't have their own maximum number of pets!
Color/Breed: Brown Marbled Tabby on White with Gold Eyes
Age: 6-7 months approximately
Litterbox Trained: Yes (She's awesome at it!)
FELV/FIV tested: Yes/Negative
Shots Up To Date: Yes
Good with Cats. This kitten has never been around dogs or kids.
The TNR Project is a volunteer operated group who practice TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) in the San Gabriel Valley. Each person who traps is independent and they are using their own money, time and gas to save the homeless cats & kittens in our local communities.
The TNR Project is always adding volunteers who want to learn to TNR in their neighborhoods and help others control the feral, stray & homeless cat populations. TNR has been proven to be the ONLY effective method to controlling the ever-mounting cat populations. We have saved 1000+ lives in 2015 alone!
If you would like more information on TNR or learn how you can help your community, please visit: www.thetnrproject.org and fill out a contact us form. Save a stray, save a life! Thank you for rescuing!!