This gorgeous girl is Bonnie. She was surrendered as a kitten to the BC SPCA Kamloops Community Animal Centre on August 14, 2022 by a family who didn’t have time to care for her.
Bonnie was a little nervous and nippy at her initial examination and she was bothered by ear mites. But as soon as she got cleaned up, vaccinated, spayed and used to gentle human touch, she was going to make an excellent member of someone’s family.
That family walked in on August 20 and the rest is history, as you’ll read here:
“As of this writing, our beautiful Bonnie is a four-month-old muted calico.
She is an amazingly well-behaved and loving kitten. She loves our large, three-level home. She rotates her nightly sleep between the master bedroom and our kids’ bedrooms.
Bonnie has quickly taken over the house and loves to zoom up and down our stairs. She is our second kitten from the BC SPCA and she is a joy to be around.”
It sounds as though Bonnie has settled in nicely to her furever home. May you enjoy many years of fun together.
Thank you for choosing to adopt, not once but twice!
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