There’s a bit of a story associated with Peggy and Betty. They came to Tabby’s Place on the same day (May 7, 2014) and both were born either on that day or just a day or two earlier. They are not littermates, but we know that it’s always better for kittens to have siblings when they’re young, so the two were raised together. While they do not need to be adopted together, we’d like any potential adopter to consider the idea, especially as the two get along very well and often curl up together for naps.
Peggy is a beautiful brown tabby, while Betty has a grey striped tail and patches of grey on her back and head (the rest of Betty’s coat is white). These two are just a little too small for us to spay, but we’ll take care of that once they’ve grown a bit more.
If you want to see energy made visible, you need look no further than these two! They’re lovely little girls who have everything they need except a loving home.