My name is Peanut butter!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Kinston, North Carolina - Peanut butter
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Lenoir County SPCA

Facts about Peanut butter

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10321743
  • Hair: Short

This lovely and adoring pint-sized girl has quite the story to tell. Peanut Butter has had a rough several weeks. She was found on the SPCA grounds with an injury to her neck that required stitches. She was starving and thin. She's all better now and we've even had this precious little one spayed and adoption ready.
If you're looking for a sweet-natured life companion and one who will bond tightly with you, come and see Peanut Butter. She is a demure and feminine kitty who you'll hardly know you have in your house. She is that sweet and non-demanding. She can only get sweeter with every day you have her!
Peanut Butter is really quite the beauty with her distinctive and striking pinstripes. She has a unique color too almost like sterling silver.
She LOVES a kitty massage and as her video shows, she shows her delight by kneading biscuits in the air! Top off this cuteness with a little rumbling purr that goes perfectly with her tiny size. Peanut Butter deserves a loving home at last. Can it be with you?
Litterbox trained.
Adoption fee: $65.00 Peanut Butter has been spayed, is negative for felv/fiv and is fully vaccinated.

About Lenoir County SPCA

About Our Shelter...

We are seeing increasingly growing numbers of family pets turned in due to the weak economy, vacations and moving plans, in addition to the strays and abandoned animals being brought in by Animal Control. We usually see a decrease in the number of adoptions much to the same reasons. Therefore, we will be continuously overcrowded and have many wonderful animals desperate for safe, loving homes.

IF YOU SEE an animal you are interested in, please call the shelter and see if it is still available. The shelter does not have computer access, email is checked by a volunteer at their home, therefore, you SHOULD CALL THE SHELTER if you do not get a response from emailing. Animals are given 72 hours to be adopted, sometimes they are kept a few days longer if space is available. This website is updated weekly.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Shelter hours are Monday thru Saturday 12 noon to 4 p.m. and closed on Sundays.

Our Adoption Process...

There is always a constant flow of animals at the shelter, making it nearly impossible to keep an accurate web page. There are always several more at the shelter than what you may see here. I encourage you to visit the shelter. Adopting a pet is very easy. We have everyone fill out a questionaire,including a veterinary reference, just to make sure our animals get the best homes possible. There is a $115.00 donation for all dogs and a $85.00 dollar donation for cats, which includes a spay/neuter certificate, a rabies vaccine, worming and a distemper vaccine for the animal. You are required to take the animal into a vet within three to five days to insure its health and to get any additional shots.


We are very pleased and fortunate to on occasion be able to place some of our wonderful pets into all breed or breed specific rescue groups where they will be safe and cared for until their forever home is found. To ensure that our animals are placed into legitimate and proper rescue groups, there is a screening process for the organization. If you are with a rescue organization and are interested in one of our animals, please email Kris, our Rescue Coordinator.

You will be required to provide your organization's adoption contract, vet name and number so that verification can be obtained to condition of animals in your care, name of director or intake director, a brief overview of screening process, and any information about your organization you feel is necessary.