Penelope was born sometime in mid April, 2016. She was found alone in some bushes and was taken into Dusty Paws foster care as a “bottle baby.” Even before her eyes were open, the kitten showed the kind of spirit it took to stay alive, eagerly grasping at her bottle to eat and awkwardly trying to explore her new environment.
Without natural mother and siblings, at first Penelope didn't know how to interact with other cats. But she has blossomed into a fun and loving young cat who even teaches the younger foster kittens to play with toys. She can be mischievous too - she was recently found running through the house with a $5 bill she "found." She is okay with the dogs in her foster home.
If you are looking for an active, people-loving companion, Penelope is your girl. She notices what’s going on around her and if it’s interesting she gets antsy wanting to be involved. Very playful, she entertains visitors at showings with her antics. At home, she loves to cuddle and purr when you’re sitting quietly or lying down. It’s almost impossible not to want to hug her.
Penelope was recently spayed. She is vaccinated, micro chipped, and tested FIV/FeLV negative.
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