Oct 16th


ByNina | In Adoptable Cats

Sooooooooooooo sweet!!!!! Sooooooooo loving!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And that’s all despite being dumped right outside the front door of the MCSPCA!! I was abandoned in a cat carrier, so absolutely nothing is known about me. The shelter folks scanned me for a microchip but unfortunately, I did not have one. (I do now)!

It is frustrating that my previous owner just left me instead of, at the very least, handed me over to the shelter staff so they could get some information about me-my likes/dislikes, what my former life was like. Instead, they had to start from scratch. That’s okay though-honestly, the best thing for me is to just find a new home where I will be cherished and loved forever!

It could be worse, too-I am grateful that my previous owner left me on the MCSPCA property rather than just tossing me outdoors in the middle of nowhere.

So here is what my new shelter friends have learned about me: I’m very sweet. I might be a little shy when I first meet you, but I’m very loving and affectionate once we get to know each other. I LOVE treats and they are definitely the way to my heart lol! I am approximately 2 years young.

I do have a “notched” ear, which means that at some point, I was an outdoor cat that was part of a TNR program (TNR stands for Trap-Neuter-Release). Obviously, since I’m so people friendly, I’m not a feral cat! I would much prefer comfy couches and cat food to climbing trees and finding my own food. I’m ready to be a regular house cat!!! What do you say? Want to make me yours?


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