While her Momma is special needs, Wembley is a completely normal and healthy little kitten. Initially, Wembley was much bigger than her siblings as an eensy kitten. However, as they’ve grown it seems that Wembley is going to be more stocky and petite than her siblings. Her foster Momma calls Wembley her little side kick as she loves to be close and has even been known to nibble on her foster Mom’s toes for attention. While ginger cats are often male, Wembley is actually a rare female ginger (along with her sister Baslow), believe it or not! Wembley loves to play and explore like a normal kitten. She is a perfect mix of adventurous and chill. She loves to play with her siblings and especially provides her sister Baslow with more confidence in new situations. When the siblings are running around their foster home, you can often find Wembley hanging back to make sure Baslow is coming along. As a result, Wembley & Baslow are considered a bonded pair and are required to be adopted together. (If you can’t resist a trio of gingers, Hastings is also available for adoption, but it’s not required that he go with his sisters). Wembley loves to show off her adorable personality and will also chat with you in cute lil purr trills.
Wembley’s vetting has been completed so she is officially ready to find her furever family where she would be a perfect addition along with her sister, Baslow. A home without dogs or very young children would probably be a better fit for these sisters based on Baslow’s more mellow personality. Won’t you consider adding these gorgeous little sisters to your home today?
DOB: June 2016
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