This gorgeous little girl is Poppy! She is the youngest sister of Rosebud and Zephyr. Poppy is a girl just so full of life and energy, and she just loves to be on the move! Her favorite toys are the little coils and the small little fuzzy mice, she will just carry them around with her everywhere she goes. Though she is usually on the go she does love a good sunny spot to lay down and warm up. Poppy is just a darling and super fun to be around, and when she wants to cuddle she is super into getting all the lovings anyway you give it. She is just a lovely little girl and the family who adopts this beauty will have a lifetime of happiness!
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By adopting this kitty, it helps the SBZ Organization work on decreasing the over-abundance of kittens that end up homeless.
*Because rescue cats do not come from breeders with specific backgrounds, the description is our best estimate of breed & is not guaranteed.
*SBZ requests that adopted kitties be taken to your private vet to be established right away as moving around can be stressful- even if it’s good stress- and cause reactions in their immune systems.
*If you have dogs and other kitties, please make sure to do a slow introduction so they can learn about each other.
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