This tiny tyke was found living under a house in 100 Mile House with her feral mom and three siblings.
An anonymous citizen brought the litter in to the BC SPCA Tri-Cities Education & Adoption Centre on April 26, 2021. Pria and her siblings were immediately placed together with one of our foster guardians.
The adorable kittens were four weeks old and underweight and needed to be kept warm and fed so they could grow strong enough to be spayed and neutered.
They also needed to be socialized so that they would have a chance to find loving indoor homes, instead of becoming statistics in BC’s pet overpopulation problem.
On June 19, 2021, Pria was taken to her forever home by the guardians who write us here about her new life:
“Pria has brought a special piece to this family with her playfulness and affection.
She is very energetic and playful, but also very affectionate and loves cuddles. She is super curious and explores everything. She loves to play with all the little toys we have around the house for her.
Pria always seeks out our dog Sally to play; she enjoys being around her. Sally is always worried for Pria’s safety; she always makes sure she is okay. One time, Pria lay down on the vacuum and Sally, who is scared of it, was very worried and scared for her.
We really enjoy when Pria seeks out cuddles and starts purring.
Now we can’t imagine our life without Pria.”
Thank you so much for making adoption your first option. Thanks to you, Pria is living the life she deserves to live.
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