Vivian showed up as a pregnant stray where she was taken in and treated with kindness. She’s been a good mom and very protective of her three babies. She’s with other female cats in a small home, and there are some occasional spats. It’s too soon to know if she’s protecting her babies or if indeed she is truly an alpha girl. We suspect she will be fine with other kitties who aren’t themselves alpha. She’s a sweet girl with people and loves attention. Vivian is sponsored by Partners for Cats, there is no adoption fee. If Vivian looks like “your girl” Give Alisa and/or Amanda a Call at (828) 855-1707. She’s in Hickory, near route 40 and 132.
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