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Penny came into RSPCA care at the start of the year. Her mum and siblings were caught up in a crime scene and had to be removed from their home swiftly. Whilst in our care mum rejected the kittens so their foster mum diligently cared for them and Penny is now a beautiful little lady.

Penny is approx. 10 weeks old and has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. It is probably fair to say that Penny has been over-shadowed by her more confident siblings. She is noticeably more reserved than them, but that’s not to say she is timid, she just takes a while to warm to strangers. She is a delightfully playful little girl who will bring joy to a home that will give her time to get to know you and won’t try picking her up, she hates it!

As you can imagine they were not for weaning onto commercial pet food but we have hit a formula that they like and it is Hills Kitten dry food, so any potential adopter must be willing to maintain this preference for the time being to ensure they continue to thrive. Penny is looking for a home with either one of her siblings or another cat play mate that’s in the home already. Maximum she can be left is 5 hours and once old enough will need to be able to go out to play in a quiet location. Penny will be best suited to a home with children of secondary school age  (11+) because she does not think twice about chomping on your hand whilst she is feeling playful.

My personality

  • Please adopt me with my friend
  • I need to be able to go outside and explore
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I love company and would like you to be around a good part of the day
  • I would prefer not to live with a dog

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: Black and white
Age: 0-3 Months

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RSPCA Manchester & Salford Branch

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: Black and white
Age: 0-3 Months

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