Cricket is sweet, affectionate and inquisitive, and is an all-around enthusiastic little kitty.
She is a teenager, approximately 10 months old, who was found living with a group of homeless feral cats on the Mid-Peninsula. She distinguished herself immediately as a friendly cat who had been abandoned and who, after living on the streets, really, really wanted to be around people again. Despite her time on the streets she was very healthy and only needed nutritious food to help her gain a little weight.
Once rescued and feeling safe she could relax into being a kitten again, and she is a playful as a much younger kitten.
Cricket has been spayed, tested, microchipped, FVRCP and rabies vaccinated, and treated for fleas and worms.
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