Kat is a sleek, pretty little thing, if a bit timid at times here in our boisterous shelter. She was brought in in early February with her brother, Kit. Their owner felt that she had too many animals to care for them all adequately.
Kat was a bit nervous at the sudden change in living quarters, but through it all she has remained a true sweetie. Even during exam time and vaccine time (a stressful time, as we humans can relate), she remained kind and well-mannered.
She enjoys exploring her world with her brother, Kit, safely by her side. In fact, the pair are so bonded that we recommend they go home together. They are young, and small for their age, so they'd make any family a great set of lifelong lap companions.
If you have room in your home and heart for a pair of sweet kitties, Kit and Kat are eager and waiting in Display 1 of our Cat Room.
The mission of the Lycoming County SPCA is to protect all domestic animals by: providing shelter, emergency treatment, investigation, and prosecution of cruelty or abuse complaints; adoption and counseling; education programs; and humane care throughout Lycoming County.
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