Ping Pong was a stray kitty, living outside, fending for herself and doing the best she could to keep her babies Echo and Firebell safe. A kind lady started feeding them and once they started coming around on a regular basis, she was able to trap them to get them spayed and neutered. The plan was to release them and continue to feed them, but once she realized they were not feral, they were just scared, she felt she wanted to try to find them a loving home. She contacted Good Mews and we were able to help this adorable little family.
Ping Pong is a sweet girl that likes attention and enjoys being petted. When she is scared, she will hide under her bed, so once in a home, she will most likely hide for a bit, but with some time and patience, she will come around. She loves people so she knows hiding under a bed isn’t going to get her many pets.
This sweetie has no idea what a home and love is, so hopefully she will learn what both is soon.
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