Trailer courts can sometimes be a perfect place for a homeless cat to find food and shelter. If they are fortunate, kind people will come in and fix them. I came from such a place. The Pet Paw-See had made a commitment with the people of this trailer court to trap and fix as many homeless cats as they could find. Our mama had us before she could get fixed. Because we are young and able to be taught that humans are pretty fun to be around, we got lucky and were brought into the Pet Paw-See program.
Like all kittens, we are playful and full of mischief. We are also learning to be loving companions. I completely understand that assignment. My foster mom swears that I am the most loving of the bunch. My favorite place to sleep at night is tucked against the side of her face. So if you want a super snuggler, just look at me.
Please contact the Pet Paw-See if you’d like to meet me. And keep an eye on their Facebook page to see when I might be at an adoption event.
Gentle reminder that it is Pet Paw-See policy that no kitten under the age of six months old is adopted to a family with children under the age of six years old. It’s for the safety of both the kitten and the children.