From the foster parent: "Xena is a gorgeous mom, with a loving, gentle temperament. Her triangular face gives the appearance of an Abysinian, though the chance of her being that breed is most likely very slim. Though we haven't tested her yet with other cats, she absolutely loves all humans she meets. She is the only one of our many foster moms who actually brought her kittens to me the first day we got her then climbed in my lap to nurse them. She is a talker, but in a very soft voice. Once her babies are old enough to be adopted, she will be spayed, and ready for adoption."
PLEASE NOTE: This pet has been posted by Friends of Campbell County Animal Control, Rustburg, VA. For questions about the pet, please email us at FOACinfo@gmail.com. All adoptions begin with an application, found under the "Animals" tab on our website, friendsofcampbellcounty.org. *Unaltered babies under the age of six months can be adopted only to residents of Campbell County, the City of Lynchburg, and counties touching Campbell County. *Unaltered adult pets six months or older will need to be sterilized before they can be adopted outside our local area of Campbell County, the City of Lynchburg, or counties touching Campbell. *We do not promote dog adoptions to homes where an invisible fence is the fencing of choice. *We do not permit cats or kittens to be declawed following adoption.
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