People for Cats: Kitty

A pretty little tortoiseshell female...
"Kitty" is a sweet little girl seeking a special home (PFC photo)

Kitty is a pretty little tortoiseshell domestic short hair female. We are looking for a “special angel” who can offer this sweet 4-year old young lady a calm and stress free home. This cutie is small in stature, and has the classic tortie coloring of marbled black, tan and orange, accented by big golden eyes. She is a sweet little girl, who is also affectionate and playful and absolutely adores all attention. She loves people and readily rewards them with head butts and leg rubs! Kitty has a mild disorder that requires her to get medication twice a day. Basically the disorder manifests itself by the skin on her back twitching, she then vocalizes and attacks her hind end and tail, and then it stops. Since starting the medication, her episodes have been far fewer and less intense. We are seeking a very special person to either adopt her or provide her with a long term foster in a quiet home. Why not come in to meet this love bug and see if you can be that “angel”.

 

If you would like to visit with Kitty or some of our other equally lovely cats, come in to the shelter at 44 Beagle Lane in Teaticket. We are open to the public on Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hotline: 508-540-5654, press #1 if you have cat related issues, questions or for further information about People For Cats, or press #2 if you need financial assistance for veterinary care for your cat.

 


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