People for Cats - Theresa May

This petite two-year-old has been through a lot...
This little lady has been through an ordeal. She needs a loving forever home so she can spread her wings. (PFC photo)

Theresa May is an adorable little black domestic short hair female. This petite 2 year old has a gleaming black coat marked with just a small spot of white on her bib. She is a real cutie who has had rather rough going lately. Theresa May was brought to PFC when she was found as a stray and her owner could not be located. She was pregnant and started bleeding shortly after arriving at the shelter. At the animal hospital it was discovered that she had pyometra (a life threatening infection of the uterus). She promptly had emergency surgery to save her life and was placed with a foster mom to continue her recovery. Theresa May is now totally recovered, is UTD on her shots and is looking for her own "fur-ever" home. Why not come in to meet this spunky little sweetheart and see if she would make an ideal companion for you. We do suspect that she would be happiest being an only pet where she can have her humans all to herself.

If you would like to visit with Theresa May or one of our other equally deserving 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 #0 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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