Featured Cat of the Month
About Sweet Pea
Sweet Pea lives up to her name. She’s such a sweet, loving cat. In addition to being as sweet as pie, she’s also a very quiet, low-key cat. She’s happy to sit by herself in her favorite cubby or perch all day long until you go pick her up and sit down with her for snuggle time. Once you guys are sitting down together and the petting begins, she never wants it to end. Sweet Pea will turn and turn and rub against you and ask her pets and scratches all over her body. Petting time with Sweet Pea is awesome because she’s so into it, plus her fur is so soft and fluffy you will never want to stop. She’s even one of those adorable cats that will purr and “make biscuits” when you’re not even petting her.
Sweet Pea was relinquished to us from an elderly woman who needed help placing some of her much-loved cats, when caring for them became difficult.
Sweet Pea is about six years old and has been around many cats in her life, so a home with (an)other easy-going, adult cats would likely be a good fit for her. Sweet pea is easily spooked. So we’re looking for a low-key, quiet home for her. When she gets spooked she does not bite, hiss, or scratch. But she will go hide. And this sweet girl deserves to be in a home where she feels comfortable snuggling with her humans as much as possible. Dogs are likely not a good fit.
Download an adoption application today! If you cannot adopt, please share with others to help her find a “furrever” home.
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The desire to be buried with a pet is nothing new. Eric Greene, a cultural anthropologist and the founder of the Green Pet-Burial Society, first realized that humans could be buried alongside their animal companions when he learned about a Natufian burial site from 10,000 BCE in what is now northern Israel. “In it lay the skeleton of a woman on her side and with a puppy’s skeleton by her head, her hand gracefully resting atop his head,” Greene remembers. READ ARTICLE
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