Friends for Life Animal Rescue
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Due to COVID-19 and the status of our outreach volunteers either being at risk themselves or having loved ones at risk, we are cancelling outreach for the summer and will reevalaute in August. We are still doing adoptions on an individual basis with as little contact as possible (application completed ahead of time).
This is extremely hard on a small nonprofit, as it is on the entire community. It is our sincere hope that people do what is needed to stay safe and in time, our hope that people will again want to look at kitties for adoption. Their reproductive and surrender cycle doesn't match our needs!
Domestic Short Hair / Tabby / Mixed (short coat) : : Female (spayed) : : Young
Ping Pong is a very pretty 4 mo DSH brown tabby with unique amber patches mixed into her stripes. She and her sisters were rescued by a kind lady from the blackberry hedges near her office. Ping Pong's mama was training her for the "Predator Evasion" Olympic gold medal, and Ping Pong was a master student. Hence her name, as she ping ponged around her habitat to evade us whenever we needed to handle her. It was too funny and she was so little and so fierce it melted our hearts.
Her sisters learned to trust us faster, but Ping Pong is watching them and the other kittens interact with their foster mom, and she is starting to follow their lead. Yay! Though she still darts under the bed when someone enters her room, she is spending more and more time out and her foster mom can pet her when she comes for treats. In a patient, loving home, we feel certain she will continue to bloom into quite the little character who will keep you laughing.
Ping Pong gets along very well with other cats and there is a dog in her foster home, though she is not exposed much to the dog. There are no kiddos in her foster home, so she would probably do better in a quieter home, with another friendly cat or one of her siblings. Her sisters, Hazel and Trina, are also available for adoption if you are looking for a pair of kittens. She is particularly bonded with Hazel, but gets along with all the kittens in her room.
Ping Pong has been spayed, tested negative for FeLV/FIV, vaccinated for FeLV and FVRCP, microchipped, and treated for worms, ear mites and fleas.
If you feel that Ping Pong (and perhaps one of her siblings) would be a perfect fit into your heart and home, please text her foster mom, Laura, at (540) 272-3506.
More about Ping Pong - LJ
Good with Cats, Apartment OK, Playful