Kitten in Bryn-y-Maen of Colwyn Bay found abandoned with siblings

A KITTEN who was found abandoned at 10 days old with his siblings is looking for a new home.

Pepper arrived in Bryn-y-Maen from the RSPCA in Upper Colwyn Bay needing lots of love.

Her siblings have all been lucky enough to find new homes, but Pepper remains in the care of the animal center.

A spokesperson for the RSPCA Animal Center – Bryn-y-Maen, said: “Pepper and his siblings have been set up for life through the hard work and dedication of their foster family who have had to nurturing and caring for them day and night.They were exposed to a lot of things in a positive way at such a young age and as a result have grown into confident, outgoing and cheeky kittens.

“Pepper’s siblings have all been blessed with loving homes, which just leaves little Pepper in our care waiting to be home forever!

“She is confident, very food driven and cheeky. She loves the attention and regularly finds herself perched on the shoulder of our volunteers as they try to clean up Pepper’s distance.

“Pepper loves playing with string toys and running around our cattery whenever she gets the chance.

“Thanks to the foster family’s ability to take excellent care of these kittens, they could live with a dog, a cat and children of all ages. Pepper is vaccinated, neutered and up to date on her flea treatment and dewormers.”

Anyone interested in donating Pepper a home should complete a Perfect Match form and email [email protected] Or call 0300 123 0745 for more information.

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