Whitney is ever-so-appropriately named, because this sister can belt out some purrs! Not to mention, she really will always love you. Rescued from the streets along with her six kittens, she seems to be forever grateful for the food and love you give to her. Just take one look into her big eyes and you'll see what I mean! She will give you lots of kisses to show how simply happy she is that you're there. This diva really is every woman; she's chill, she's loving, she's playful, she's Whitney!
After having to fend for herself on the streets, Whitney is still startled by loud, sudden noises. This will likely go away with time as her comfort zones increase. She also is a little skinny, but now that she is done nursing she is working on getting some more meat on her bones!
Whitney just wants someone to love her, so her ideal home would be somewhere that has opens laps, petting hands, and people who like to devote a little play time. Whitney is likely ideal for a home without children, or a home with older children who can understand that approaching kitty too quickly is not a good idea. She can also go to a home with other kittens or cats, so long as you provide her with a good transition!
This sweet, loving kitty is just so happy to be safe and warm, and she can’t wait for the purrfect forever home. Is it yours?
Approx. DOB 4/21/15
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