Meet sweet, petite Martina. Although about one year old, she is the tiniest, daintiest thing. Actually it must be "Petite Week" because we introduced Martina to her new friend Galaxy at South Brunswick PetSmart (SBPS) and BOTH of them are like runway models. (And just LIKE runway models, I had great difficulty making them "smile" for the camera today:) In Martina's case, I think it's the extra long whiskers that drape downward for a perpetual sour puss look, until that is, you start rubbing her. She loves that.
This adorable vixen was a young mother found with her litter of kittens in Trenton. Despite that, GIRLFRIEND - you have KEPT your figure!!!! Honestly, when you see Martina, you'll think she's about 4 months old. I simply DON'T know WHAT her secret is. Well, actually I may. She doesn't eat wet food - H-E-Y money saver!!!!!
Right now, Martina is new to SBPS, so she prefers her brand new pink kitty cave rather than walking the cat walk. But as you can see from her video audition, you can pet and pet and pet her while she twirls around in circles for you. She got along instantly with her new friend, no issues at all.
If you'd like to meet this cat or think this cat would be a good match for your family, please complete our adoption questionnaire at http://www.trentoncats.org/adoption-form.html and let your references know someone will be in touch with them shortly.
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