Poppy Seed is a smooshy kissy faced little love muffin who likes nothing better than to cuddle and purr. When Kitten Rescue walked into East Valley shelter to rescue a different kitten, shelter staff begged us to take Poppy too, because she was in danger of being euthanized at any moment. Her brothers and sisters were all rescued, but she had been left behind. Poppy loves to to be petted and purr and is friendly and affectionate. She is very sweet and loves to wrestle and play with her mouse toys, her foil balls, and her foster mates. She gets along well with humans of all ages and with other cats and kittens. Though she hasn’t met a dog yet, she would likely get along with them too. Due to her age and energy level, Poppy needs another cat or kitten at her new home, which could be a kitten or cat you already have or one of her foster mates. Poppy Seed is spayed, microchipped, deflead, dewormed, FIV/FeLV tested and up to date on vaccines.
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