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

May 28, 2017 - 11:30 AM

PENTICTON - Meme, and her sister Bebe, are looking for a new home.

The two sisters are only 9 months old and can go to a home together, or to two separate homes.

Meme is very affectionate, likes kisses on the nose and still acts like a crazy kitten sometimes.

Bebe still acts like a kitten as well and plays with her toymouse a lot. She likes being held, but probably wouldn't do well in a home with loud children. 

Meme's Animal ID is 415130. Bebe's Animal ID is 415129.

Visit the South Okanagan Branch webpage for more information such as location, adoption fees, and hours of operation.


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