Brynn (MRM) 12.1.19   

In shelter Cat

Orlando, Orange County, Florida, Unit...
Tabby, Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
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Brynn (MRM) 12.1.19
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Our kittens and cats are not adopted on a first come, first serve basis. We make an effort to match the perfect person or family with each cat/kitten. If there are two names together, those are bonded cats and we will not separate them. All of our   kittens   MUST have a kitten, cat and/or dog companion,   unless otherwise noted.   In some cases, our adults may need to have a companion but read the description as it will be listed there. Please read down to the bottom of this kitty's page to find out more details about its personality.     Brynn was found very pregnant with her mom Faryn who was also very pregnant. The two were very sweet and raised their kittens together. Now the kittens are all adopted and Brynn needs a loving home. She's shy at first then loves attention. When she zooms across the house she makes her own sound effects. Brynn and Faryn have decided to be independent from each other and so they are no longer a bonded pair. Brynn would actually be happy as a single cat.   To see their adventures check out their Facebook page... Faryn and Brynn's Rescue Adventure          


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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