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In shelter Cat

Martinsburg, WV, 25404
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Hi, my name is Bryn, and Im a light brown tabby domestic short-haired kitten looking for my forever home! My siblings and I were born outside to an unfixed momma cat. Once we were weaned, Operation Press Paws got our mama fixed and we came to a foster home to find our forever families!

I am a social and well-rounded kitten. I am the feisty one and I can bristle at new people at first but I adapt quickly because Im curious and friendly and I LOVE treats! Im very playful and will keep you laughing at my silly kitten antics. Then, after exploring and playing hard, its time to nap! I make an excellent snuggle buddy. Im affectionate and enjoy attention. Im a good choice for families with kids because Im fun and friendly.

I am great with other cats and at my age it is important to have a kitty friend in my forever home. If you dont already have a cat, consider adopting one of siblings as well! Im still learning about dogs but so as long as my adopters are committed to a proper cat-dog introduction, OPP says Ill do just fine.

I will come to my new home vaccinated, dewormed, and combo tested negative. Operation Press Paws will pay for my spay and final vaccines when I am old enough. I always use the litterbox like a good kitty. Ask Operation Press Paws about adopting me today!


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