Hi! My name is Playa (pronounced PLY – uh). I am a sweet and playful young lady of about two years old. I had a litter of four kittens that I took very good care of. They have all moved on to loving furrever homes. I am so happy for them and would love to find a forever home of my own.
Chasing toys, enjoying a nap in the sun and rolling around in catnip are some of my favorite things to do. Sometimes, I get so playful with my toys that my foster mom laughs out loud. I live in a house with several other cats and a big dog. They are such fun to play with or to just snuggle. Once in a while, I may even take a cat nap on your lap. However I do not like to be held or picked up. I am never mean. I do not bite or swat at people. I will bolt if I’m scared though, so be careful of my claws as I spring away. I don’t mean any harm.
In the morning, I am so excited to see you and will help you wake up by talking to you while you get your coffee. Most people love my pretty voice. If you have patience and want to share a laugh at my silliness, won’t you consider filling out an application and giving me the loving home I deserve?
Playa is from Aruba - one of our amazing volunteers vacationed in Aruba and couldn't leave her behind. She was brought to the US in February of 2016 and gave birth to 4 adorable kittens one month later. All of her kittens have been adopted but Playa is still looking for her own forever home.
Playa is very sweet and lovable. If you are interested in Playa, please fill out an application and ask for her by name - PLAYA!
**Oranjstead is the capital of Aruba and is referred to as Playa by the Arubians.
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