Black kitten for sale selling her due to not getting on with my dog her names Lilly she’s such a character loves climbing on your back loves being indoors she will come with her cat litter try food a twin water and food bowl some balls to play with
you’ll have to bring a cat carrier to put her in, you’ll have to come and collect her as I don’t have a car
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