Abbey is a gorgeous blotched brown and black tabbey with a lovely southern ladies’ milky white complexion on her face. She is careful not to spend too much time in the sun so she doesn’t freckle, but she wouldn’t mind a nice comfy warm spot to stretch out on! Abbey is a helper kitty and loves to observe human people because she is certain that she could help them (she knows a better way to do it of course). She is always stretching her paws out to offer assistance and advice. Unfortunately, not many people take her up on her ideas. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if somebody would really LISTEN? Abbey is very playful and coordinated. She has been living with three male kittens, so she knows how to play with a tough little boy, and she doesn’t just sit back and play like a docile girl- she can bop him back if he gets too rough. Abbey is the picture of innocence and charm as she curls up in her hammock and drifts off into a kitty nap thinking of new ways to help her new family.Abbey and kitten York are besties, and if they happened to find a home together...well, we'd be tickled pink! As with all PAWS cats, this kitty is microchipped, up-to-date on vaccinations, treatments, and FIV/FELV tested negative. All cats and kittens are spayed and neutered prior to adoption. If interested, please submit and easy on-line application on www.pawsofhertfordcounty.org.
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