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Looking for a forever home; Vernon SPCA pet of the week

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August 16, 2015 - 12:49 PM

Kitty and Kittles were surrendered to the Vernon SCPA because their owner developed allergies and could no longer keep them. 

Kitty was a little nervous at first, but warmed up quickly when he realized he was going to get belly rugs. He is an absolute sweet heart once he trusts you and will greet you with a loud purr. 

Kittles is an outgoing boy with a big personality.

They both love their treats, in fact they may have over indulged and could stand to lose a pound or two.

These sweet boys are happy together and are hoping there is someone out there looking for two loving kitties to add to their home.

If you think these are the cats for you, please contact the Vernon Branch of the B.C. SPCA for more information.

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