Opt to Adopt: Butter Pea the Cat Says Please Opt to Adopt Me – Asheville, NC


Butter Pea is available at Brother Wolf Animal Rescue in Asheville, NC:

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Photo from Petfinder.com

This beautiful ladycat is Butter Pea and she came to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue from another shelter.  Butter Pea would love to meet you and tell you why she wants to go home with you.

You can see Butter Pea on her Petfinder.com page HERE

Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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47 thoughts on “Opt to Adopt: Butter Pea the Cat Says Please Opt to Adopt Me – Asheville, NC

  1. Ann Paws

    Aw I love her! I love peas with lots of butter, so she has the perfect name AND I love gray kitties! I hope she finds a great home soon…

  2. da tabbies o trout towne

    with de name butter….ya GOTTA finds yur forevers home reeeely quik lee…best fishes two ewe butter pea !!!

    boomer N crew

  3. Annie

    She is just adorable, as adorable as her name. 🙂 I just know there is a super lucky person or family out there that will be privileged to bring her home.

  4. Kitties Blue

    Butter Pea, you sure are gorgeous. (ZAHJCFGG, according to Misty May.) She is currently the designated snoopervisor for our comments. You really look a lot like our Fiona. We hope you soon have you forever home. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  5. Clooney

    What a beauty she is! (of course I may be a bit biased on theese one!) Sending purrs for her to find a loving forever home that adores and cherishes her.

  6. Fern Reed

    I had a boycat that looked just like Butter Pea back in the 60’s… I named him George. He was full grown when he showed up at our house and the vet thought he was maybe 6 to 8 year old. George lived with us for 10 years.
    I pray you get a great home Butter Pea!!

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