Found with another juvenile female in a group of homeless cats on an unoccupied business campus, Glenda was trapped and taken into foster care.
A pretty charcoal gray, medium-haired kitty, who will sit on your lap to be petted, Glenda loves relaxing in the hammock when she is in her cage, and likes to bat her toys around. A good eater, who enjoys the company of other cats, Glenda takes a little time to warm to new people and changing situations. She thinks over new experiences, before deciding to commit herself. Trapped and paired for a time with Whitney, a white kitten who was found with Glenda...could be sisters, cousins, or no relation...Glenda can be adopted as a single kitty.
Spayed, tested, microchipped, FVRCP vaccinated, and treated for flea and worms.
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