Kendall became an Abbey Cat after she'd been taken to a local shelter by a family who were heartbroken that they had had to give her up due to a critical illness with one of their members.
They knew that they didn't have the time or resources to care for Kendall who was heavily pregnant and surrendered her in the hopes of Kendall and her kittens having a better life.
Kendall's five kittens were born in one of our foster homes, four have already been adopted and little Keriana is still available
It's now Kendell's turn for a permanent family of her own.
Kendall is a very social cat who loves to be around people.
She's well-mannered and always waits until someone is up before she asks for her breakfast.
Now that her kittens are all gone, she's been enjoying playing with their toys, even the empty toilet paper rolls, as well as the extra attention.