Submitted by Judy Ambrose, Neponset Valley Humane Society
Penny and Bella are an adorable, friendly, happy, active young pair.
Penny is the bobtail tabby. Bella is black. Penny is very sweet, loving and gentle with people but often instigates play with her best pal Bella. She enjoys curling up on the sofa with her foster family and being part of the family. Bella is a happy, energetic little girl. She came into rescue missing most of one ear, as you can see in her photo. We have no idea how that happened; she came to us that way, and it does not slow her down.
Bella likes to be picked up, and once she gets to know you, she will follow you around just waiting for you to give her attention. She purrs with contentment anytime she gets pets.
Both kitties are lovable, young, happy and friendly. They love toys and interactive play. They are great with the young children in their foster home.
Bella and Penny are about 9 months old. They both had a very tough time before they came into rescue. They spent extra time in their foster home healing, getting ready to be spayed, recovering and then waiting for someone to adopt them. During that time, the two became fast friends.
Please call Neponset Valley Humane Society at 781-769-1990 or e-mail email@example.com if you would like to arrange a meeting with Bella and Penny.
Other Humane Society News
There is a severe cat overpopulation problem. Help every cat find a home by avoiding accidental litters—spay/neuter your cat. The next NVHS clinic is July 11 in Norwood. Female cat spays are $85. Male cat neuters are $75. Neighborhood and feral cats are free. Call for appointment.
More to adopt. Visit our website, neponsethumane.org to see the many friendly and loving house cats eager to meet someone who wants to adopt them. Need rodent patrol in your shop or barn? Consider adopting a free-spirited pair of cats who would love the job. Call for information about our barn cat program.
Neponset Valley Humane Society is an all volunteer, all foster care charitable organization dedicated to helping companion animals and feral cats.