Zena is a loving, playful kitten that loves affection. She is not shy about meeting new people and making new friends because she knows they will melt in her little paws and give her the attention she wants.
Her afternoons are spent playing and wrestling with her foster siblings, batting around cat toys and taking long naps by the window, basking in the sun.
Zena has 3 black panther sisters and they all have their own little unique personalities. Like her sisters, Zena has the personality of a bottle baby - she loves to be held and cuddled and she likes making new friends that will play with her and pet her.
She is a very social kitten that would be happiest adopted into a home with an existing cat or adopted together with another kitten.
If you’re looking to adopt a friendly, beautiful, black panther with a very sweet personality, then I highly recommend you meet Zena. I am happy to arrange a meet and greet so you can see for yourself just what a sweetie pie she is.
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