A Blossom by Any Other Name Would Be Just as Cute

Published by Alisa Mullins.

Take one look at Blossom, and you can see where she got her name: She’s as pretty as a flower. Check out these baby blues:

Blossom Is Available for Adoption

PETA learned about the feline’s plight when her owner called us for help three days after Blossom gave birth to a stillborn kitten. Her owner already had her hands full with several other cats and dogs and couldn’t afford the veterinary care that Blossom needed, so she surrendered her to PETA.

Blossom Is Available for Adoption

Blossom came through her emergency spay surgery with flying colors and is now feeling as fresh as a daisy. She’s currently “volunteering” in PETA’s Membership Department, performing important tasks such as chair- and lap-warming, repurposing rubber bands, dusting, “cleaning” people’s fingers, and rolling around in catnip.

Blossom Sitting at Desk

Blossom is about a year old and gets along well with dogs and other cats.

Blossom Is Available for Adoption

Would you be interested in transplanting this pretty little flower into your home? If you live on the East Coast, e-mail [email protected] to learn more about Blossom.

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