Poppy is a well-rounded young cat who is sure to bring a pop of joy to your home with her cute and spunky antics. This flirty girl will charm you daily, greeting you at the door and following you from room to room, emitting cute little chirps that request pets. Love and affection are definitely Poppy’s #1 priority! Her foster mom shares some of the joys of having Poppy in her home:
“She loves pets and affection and loves being the center of attention. She purrs up a storm and when she's really happy, starts making air biscuits. Every night, she sleeps near the foot of the bed next to me and every morning, plops herself on my chest while I'm in bed and gives me a kitty smile.”
As a reformed street kitty, Poppy’s street smarts are evident in the way she stalks her toys, and the other cats in the house, with whom she loves to play. She also enjoys watching the birds outside, from a comfy indoor perch. She could be a great companion for another young cat, and could do well in a home with older cat-savvy kids.
Poppy is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and tested negative for FIV/FeLV.
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