When you meet her, she'll be in yours too! It was tough outside, but this girl is settling in to indoor life very nicely. Penny Lane was born around June of 2015 and was recently rescued when she showed up for food at an outdoor colony. Clearly not meant for the mean streets, Penny proved herself sweet and loving to humans, but fearful of the other cats who challenged her existence and made it a living hell. That experience took a toll--Penny is protectively aggressive toward other cats, but she is a total love bug with people, to whom she warms very quickly. Penny watches the birds through a window these days, grateful and happy to be back inside where she belongs. She snuggles in bed all night long with her foster mom, never, ever disturbing her sleep--just the perfect little lady. She even gives kitty kisses and likes to hug with her whole face and head when she wakes. Penny stretches out for belly rubs, something not many cats will do. An uncommon female orange tabby, Penny is spayed, up to date on vet care, healthy, and ready for her forever home. We think it should be a special one, with someone who wants loads of love and snuggling from a one-and-only pet. If that pet is Penny, then one is more than enough!
To learn more about the pets available for adoption and to download an adoption application, please visit www.animalfriendsoflansdowne.com. Animal Friends of Lansdowne is a non-profit organization comprised of people who are passionate about animals and animal issues. AFL is now in their 12th year of helping companion animals in the greater Lansdowne community. Not quite ready to adopt? Loving foster homes and volunteers are always needed!
Animal Friends of Lansdowne
Post Office Box 869
Lansdowne, PA 19050
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