Hi, I'm Q-Pea. My brother, Quail and I were rescued by a Seal Beach woman after she discovered us and our Mama living between her house and her neighbor’s house. We weren’t easy to catch and were about 10 weeks old when she managed to capture us. She got my brother first and then me a few days later. By that time our Mama had disappeared. We were very scared when we first got to SBACC, but everyone has shown us that humans are really nice and only want the best for us so we have both calmed down and now I enjoy petting and even tummy rubs. I am hoping for a forever home real soon and will be extra happy if I can go with my brother or another cat or kitten.
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