Vanna ~ Female Spayed DOB 7/18/2016 ~ Domestic Medium Hair Black & White Tuxedo
Vanna lovingly referred to as one of the "Flying J" kittens was born to a feral mom at a truck stop down south. They were trapped, spayed/neutered and released (if you see the "ear tip" that is the common sign). Later they were all trapped again and brought to foster homes to socialize and Vanna was found to be a friendly but shy girl. She loves to rub and wind around your legs purring away. She also likes to be pet but it is new to her so she has a limit as to how much petting. She isn't fond of being picked up yet but all these things she will learn with love and care! Vanna also got along with both the cats and dogs in her foster home! This is one gorgeous special girl!!
All kitties at FuRRR are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations for their age, have been combo tested for Fiv/Felv and come with a Health Certificate from a licensed NH veterinarian. Also included is a free initial exam by VCA Animal Hospital in Portsmouth and free 30 days insurance with Trupanion.
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Kittens 5 months to 2 years - $155
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Vanna , Domestic Medium Hair has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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