I’ll be honest I didn’t know whether to tell her about my babies yet, but I had a feeling that she knew I had kids. She followed me for days, but I wouldn’t reveal their hiding place. One day, a couple of weeks later after she saved me from some dive bombing birds and frankly getting tired of caring for my babies myself I decided to bring them to her for help. It was pouring out and they were wet and cold. She took us in and now we all need homes of our own.
My foster mom says I am very sweet and friendly and very smart. My kittens, an orange and white tabby named Peaches, and Pepper, a grey and white tabby, are very sweet but timid. Once in your arms they warm up and become loving. Peaches and Pepper will be great loving cats for some lucky people. Do you have room in your heart and home for me and/or my babies Pepper and Peaches? If you can only adopt one of us we will understand. Please fill out an application for one or all of us today!
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