14 year old • Female
Pier is affectionately called Carrot Top for the large orange splotch on the top of her head. She is mostly white with big black spots on her back and a multicolored tail.
Pier is always the first to run and greet her foster parents at the door. This brave, sassy, fun kitten is constantly seeking out curiosity and adventure. Pier doesn't know a stranger. She is extremely loving, and will hop in a lap any chance that she gets; she has even learned to take piggy back rides and give kisses. Pier will purr if you so much as look at her, and loves to be picked up and snuggled. She and her sister Penina enjoy bouts of wrestling and chase throughout the day; they seem to have boundless energy, providing plenty of entertainment and laughter to those who witness their hijinks. Pier is FIV/FeLV negative and litterbox trained. She and Penina are bonded and would do best if they were adopted as a pair. You can see more photographs of the calico siblings by clicking this link.
Pier and her sister Penina were rescued from the overcrowded Harnett County shelter two days before scheduled euthanasia.
Pier is staying at right now. You can visit her any time the store is open.