Pets of the week: Unique, playful cats are crazy to find homes

Posted: Friday, February 01, 2008

Pearl, curly tail, a snuggly 9-month-old female kitten, looks like a giant furry potato bug. She is a playful loveable kitty; you can roll her up into a ball in your arms, and she will just make kitty sounds and ooze love.

Cinnamon, short-hair, may be the most glamorous kitty in the Gastineau Humane Society. She has breathtaking Lynx Point markings. She is 2 years old, spayed and up for adoption with other cats, but she seems to feel she will never truly be appreciated until she has someone's undivided attention.

Pebbles, brown, is a 7-year-old spayed sweetie. She has beautiful rust-colored and black markings and would like to spend most of her time purring in your lap. She is an extremely calm and friendly kitty in need of a little exercise. A kind family with children would make a great home for Pebbles.

Baby Girl, pink bell, may have one of the most common kitty names in Juneau, but she is far from ordinary. She is a 2 ½-year-old spayed female with a flare for life. She prefers to stay perched high on a cat tree daydreaming about goldfish, but she can also be found swinging from the same cat tree battling unseen parakeets. Despite the name this cat is unique.

Come visit Pearl, Cinnamon, Pebbles and Baby Girl from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday or 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Gastineau Humane Society.

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