Born in the summer of 2014 and up the road from a foster's home in Pittsburg, Martina was dropped in the gutter by her mother. She was very week when the foster found her, but has been nursed back to health. Now Martina is well and full of energy. She is so loveable and can't get enough of being held. She enjoys her toys as all good kittens do, especially the balls and wand toys. She is always ready to play!
Martina can be seen at Petco 1301 S. California Blvd. in Walnut Creek on weekends from 1-4pm.
CC4C Contact: Gemma, firstname.lastname@example.org 925-708-8395
Foster: Sally Omo
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