found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
This is Socks, I first found her being tormented by some bored children at an apartment complex about a month ago. She was no more than 3 weeks old, full of fleas, and with an upper respiratory infection that made her sneeze every second and made her eyes oozy all day long. She has since been vetted and has gotten rid of her infection. We also like to call her Tom-girl because she loves to play with the big foster (dog) siblings at home. She is fearless and loves to run around all over the house, hop and hide. Also, when she feels she really needs your attention she climbs up your leg looking for a bit of love and purr time. (She finds the climbing thing a lot more fun than I do!). She is ridiculously cute and cuddly and full of energy as the majority of kittens are! I assume with age, her energy level will be more of a couch potato who will cuddle with you on the nice comfy couch. She has been given a nice foster home to live in while she finds a forever home! She WILL be spayed before going to her permanent home. Won’t you offer this sweet girl an opportunity to fill your house with joy and to become an awesome friend and companion?
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