Talk to the Animals — Furby

Today we’re going to talk about a gorgeous little kitty named Furby! Furby is a five to six year old Siamese Torti Point girl that is looking for her final, forever home.

Poor Furby has been returned to the NHSPCA twice, neither of which had anything to do with her. We first met little Furby back in 2009 and she was adopted along with another cat. Unfortunately, after two years in that home, Furby and the other cat weren’t getting along. Her owners brought her back to us. Again, she was adopted a few months back and then just last week the adopters returned her because they needed to move and couldn’t take Furby with them.
Furby is a pretty typical Siamese and can be a bit of a diva. Once she gets to know you, you’ll see her true personality! Furby really enjoys cuddling and being patted. She will snake her way in and out of your legs, rubbing all over you and purring! She also likes watching birds out the window and snacking on kitty treats. Furby lived with other kitties in her previous home, but she will probably do best without young children, as she tends to get a little overwhelmed by a lot of commotion. If you have a quiet home that’s missing something, stop by and meet Furby today! She will be a great addition to your family!

Like all of our other kitties, Furby is already spayed, microchipped and up to date on all her shots!

Want to help more animals like Furby? Register NOW for The New Hampshire SPCA’s 20th Annual PAWS WALK!

Gather your family and friends and join us for the largest grassroots event on the Seacoast to benefit the animals!
Paws Walk will be held on Sunday, June 10 at Stratham Hill Park – it’s a fun day for the whole family you won’t want to miss! To register, go to our website at and click on the link for Paws Walk!
For more information on this and other events, and to see more of our adoptable animals, please visit our website at



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