already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Bridget was very shy when we first caught her, but otherwise healthy. She slowly came into her own, and now will come to you when she wants attention, and enjoys it when you play with her. All you have to do is touch her and the purring begins! She’ll even come and cuddle with you when she’s tired. Great with other kittens, cats, and she is getting used to the 60 pound hound dog. She plays on his bed and with his toys when he isn't sleeping on it.
Orange kittens tend to be predominately male, so it’s a little more unusual to see an orange female kitten.
Bridget and 13 other kittens came from a feral colony in Tappahannock. The colony is in the process of being trapped, neutered and returned so that the caretaker can continue to care for them without more kittens being born.
She is spayed and vaccinated for her age. Bernie and Ernie are her brothers. Will you be her furrier home?
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