Peggy is a gorgeous girl with the biggest green eyes, and the sweetest face. She has a darling little “meep” instead of a meow. She has the most soft and silky soft black fur. Her favorite activities are eating, following her foster mom around the house, cuddling her pal Collin, and chasing the feather toy. She will sometimes sleep on the foot of her foster mom’s bed or tucked in next to her hip and she likes to curl up on the floor in the den to watch TV. She likes (okay, tolerates) being stroked while she nibbles her dry food and purrs like mad, rubbing her face on her foster mom’s arm, when she has an open can of wet food in her hand (did we mention that she likes canned food?). Peggy doesn’t mind an occasional cuddle, as long as it’s hand-under-the-chest, tucked-in-close style. Fortunately, she’s petite and is easy to manage with one hand. Peggy has slowly begun to accept affection and is working on being comfortable near people. She has made amazing progress in her foster home and would be perfect for a family that has lots of love and patience.
Peggy was rescued by Stray Cat Alliance in February 2016 from a hoarding situation in Bakersfield. She lived with about 100 other cats so she had a rough go for a while.
Peggy is about 1-2 years old. Like all kitties available for adoption at Stray Cat Alliance, she has been spayed, microchipped, combo tested negative for FeLV/FIV, and is current on vaccinations.
Peggy is bonded with her best buddy and foster brother, Collin. Please open up your heart and give a FURever home to this loving bonded pair, Peggy and Collin.
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