Whitney was found as a stray and taken in by a lady who did everything to see if this gorgeous girl belonged to anyone.
There was no collar, tag or microchip to identify her to help get her back home.
The woman took the kitten in and made sure that Whitney was spayed and vaccinated but did not have the heart to put her back out on the street and unfortunately could not keep her herself.
This beautiful girl with an adorable spotty nose and matching domino paws is very affectionate, gentle and playful.
She also has an opinionated side to her; and will give you a a pat with her paw or a playful nip if she finds you ignoring her in favour of your book or phone for too long.
She will always meet you at the door when you get home after work, and will make sure to tell you all about her day in a series of soft meows.
If you are looking for an independent yet cuddly companion who is as comfortable going about their day as they are curling on your lap in the evening, Whitney would make a wonderful match for you.
Because she has some anxiety issues, and gets really stressed out by other cats at the moment, she would do best in a home without other pets.
She is very welcoming of human guests though and isn't at all shy.