I was in a group of four kittens born to a stray mom cat in Wilmington. PZF helps the community by paying to have their street cats spayed and neutered. Many times, kind people will feed and handle kittens in their yards so they aren’t wild, which was our case. When Mom was trapped, we were taken back to PZF to grow up and find real indoor homes and families.
I have undergone a series of changes in my short life; they say I’m proving to be extremely resilient. I’m cautious at first, but every change has been for the better so after a while I relax and start to play and purr. All of my brothers & sisters have been adopted now but I have my PZF family to play with so I’m happy. The only thing that would make me happier is a permanent home to call my own. I am as gentle and sweet as can be, and wouldn’t mind joining another resident cat.
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