Featured Cat of the Month
Sami is a beautiful, young (about 2 years old), female cat with a smooth black and white coat. She’s talks and trills and is totally relaxed in her foster home. Some thoughts from her foster family, “Sami has really blossomed since she’s been with us. She loves to gossip – she has lots to say! She purrs before we even pet her and loves to snuggle. She has conquered every toy mouse and fish in her new domain, but gets a little crazy with the laser pointer- that little red dot just keeps coming back, no matter where she chases it to! She is absolutely precious- her cute chirp and sweet meow are great company for anyone!”
Sami wanted to say a few words about herself, too, “when you are home I just really want to be near you and am very curious to see what you are doing. One time my foster dad kept going into this big door in the wall. I finally decided to explore it too. Wow was it cold – my foster mom said, ‘silly girl that is a refrigerator’. Didn’t bother me as I was hanging with my humans! I do like to play with feather wands but my most favorite thing is to be near people.”
Based on her experiences in her foster home, we feel that Sami would prefer to be an only pet, or to share the household with only one other low-key, paws-off pet.
She is already spayed, FIV/FeLV tested negative, Avid micro-chipped, de-wormed and has all necessary shots. She is ready to go to a loving home. Adoption fee is $100.00.
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