Peaches is a sweet little black cat who needs a new home. She is one of a family of cats needing homes after the death of their daddy. She's a cute little wispy kitty about 18 months old and just 8 pounds. Peaches is very affectionate and enjoys extra pats, playing with toys, and zipping through the house. She is very gentle and likes being with her people; she will often follow them around. She greets them at the door when they return home. Peaches is a good little hunter who likes stalking any bugs that make their way into the house. She is past the kitten crazies but still very playful. She is good with other cats. Peaches is spayed, up-to-date on her shots, and will have a checkup by a veterinarian before going to her new forever home. She is a real sweetheart and needs to be part of a new family as her house is being closed down. She would make a great addition to your household
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