Found with another juvenile female in a group of homeless cats on an unoccupied business campus, Whitney was trapped and taken into foster care.
She is a very pretty, pure white kitty, with a gray 'brushstroke' on her topskull. Whitney will sit on your lap while being petted, and loves to stretch out in her kitty bed and on her fosterer's bed. She is friendly and playful, and can entertain herself with her toys, but loves to interact with you...especially when you play with her with wand toys. Her fosterer has taught Whitney to do 'high fives' for treats, and she will also play fetch with you. Clever kitty!
Whitney can be adopted as a single kitty, though when trapped she was accompanied by Glenda, a gray medium-haired female, who is being fostered separately from Whitney. In foster care, Whitney has the company of her fosterer's young adult male cat, and they get along well, so Whitney probably will do well adopted to a home with a friendly and still-playful male kitty.
Spayed, tested, microchipped, FVRCP vaccinated, and treated for flea and worms.
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