Get to know her: Lavina is a 6-month-old brown tabby who is very affectionate to those she has gotten to know. She loves bumping her foster family with her shoulder and rolling over to get belly rubs. She enjoys playing with wand toys and cuddling. Lavina and all other female cats and kittens 6 months and over are 50% off their adoption fee until further notice. 

 Special event: From 1 to 4 p.m. June 28 through July 13 at the Knightdale PetSmart, “Orange is the New Black” will feature over 15 new kittens for adoption.
Get to know her: Lavina is a 6-month-old brown tabby who is very affectionate to those she has gotten to know. She loves bumping her foster family with her shoulder and rolling over to get belly rubs. She enjoys playing with wand toys and cuddling. Lavina and all other female cats and kittens 6 months and over are 50% off their adoption fee until further notice. Special event: From 1 to 4 p.m. June 28 through July 13 at the Knightdale PetSmart, “Orange is the New Black” will feature over 15 new kittens for adoption. COURTESY OF ALLEY CATS AND ANGELS OF N.C.
Get to know her: Lavina is a 6-month-old brown tabby who is very affectionate to those she has gotten to know. She loves bumping her foster family with her shoulder and rolling over to get belly rubs. She enjoys playing with wand toys and cuddling. Lavina and all other female cats and kittens 6 months and over are 50% off their adoption fee until further notice. Special event: From 1 to 4 p.m. June 28 through July 13 at the Knightdale PetSmart, “Orange is the New Black” will feature over 15 new kittens for adoption. COURTESY OF ALLEY CATS AND ANGELS OF N.C.

June 18 Pet of the Week: Lavina

June 17, 2014 12:57 PM

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