Abandoned along with a colony of domesticated cats after owners moved this sweet girl and others were being cared for by a gentlemen in the area. Called to pick a food donation for the rescues cats this silly girl followed the huge donation into our vehicle where she remained with the caretakers permission for her to go be with us. Upon intake and rescue we soon learned this girl was also full of surprises as she is now having kittens any second.
Given the name "Princess Peachy Cream" came from her attitude upon intake and her colors. Approx 1 years old this sweet, trusting and loyal girl is full of surprises. She loves to ride inside a vehicle out of her crate as she lays on the floor board like a dog. Very socialized and open to just about all situations there is nothing this girl doesn't mind. Now as of March 2016 she is expecting kittens any day she is currently unavailable until 12 weeks post birth when she will be spayed along with her kittens and all will be ready for adoption then.
Fully vetted, vaccinated, combo tested and awaiting spay in addition to her Rabies needing updated. Rabies, Combo testing and annual vaccines required after adoption.
Social & Training Info:
Great with cats, dogs and kids in addition to adults. Litter trained, Crate trained and rides in the car without needing crate or being scared.
Fee: $75 includes vet care
The Following is Required: Meet & Greet, Background Check, Questionnaire, Vet References, Landlord Approval, Home Check, Signed Contract
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