Sep 20th


ByNina | In Adoptable Cats

Hiiiiiii!!!! Aren’t I pretty? Who doesn’t love a pretty, fluffy orange long hair female kitty? I’m only 2 years young too-I’m a real catch! I was found as a stray cat in Highlands. The nice lady who found me brought me to the MCSPCA so that I would be safe and well cared for. The best part of that is that now I can interview potential families to take me home!!!!

So here is a list of my likes: catnip, playtime, being petted and taking naps (usually on my back)! I also like to explore and eat treats. Since I can’t speak “human-ease,” I can’t tell you much about my past life although, since I’m so friendly and was already spayed, my shelter friends think I was someone’s family pet at one point. I might have gotten lost (although there were no matching lost reports), or maybe my family didn’t want me anymore so they dumped me outside like trash. (I don’t mean to sound cynical, but that sadly happens more often than you’d think).Β At any rate, I am in a great place now and that’s all that matters!

I’m a real character-I’m fun and spunky and have a charming purrsonality. I would make a wonderful companion for someone looking for a beautiful, friendly and outgoing gal. I’ve met a few shelter kitties that I’ve gotten along fine with, so I could be happy living with the right feline friend. I would also be purrfectly content as your only one. Just as long as you pick me, I’ll be the happiest kitty around!


6 Comments to "Ginger"

  • Jen williams
    April 14, 2017 at 7:40 pm

    Ginger’s Caregivers:

    She is absolutely gorgeous. I have always had a soft spot for orange cats. Males for their mellowness and females because they are rare. And the long hair is a plus!! My landlord is concerned about woodwork being scratched up. I would absolutely under no conditions declaw a cat. But I have to ask if she has been declawed.

    I have had cats all my life. Due to “no pets allowed” stipulation in lease I have been very lonely. present landlord is considering allowing it. Will know soon. I’ve been looking at lots of cats. You are the first place I’ve actually contacted.

    Jen Williams

  • Nina
    April 15, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Hi, Jen-Ginger does have her claws. However, please check out Mrs. Pumpkin. She is a super sweet orange and white long hair kitty who IS front declawed!! She is about 11 years old. She was adopted but came back because she was petrified of the 2 dogs in the home. Fantastic dogs, but just too energetic and playful for her, so she hid all the time. As an only kitty, she would probably be perfect! πŸ™‚

  • Jen Williams
    April 16, 2017 at 1:16 pm

    I couldn’t find mrs pumpkin. My heart is set on ginger. If she’s unlikely to claw woodwork, and I do think that is rare, this will work out. I would have lots of scratch boards and posts. Is she litter trained?

  • Nina
    April 16, 2017 at 8:07 pm

    Mrs. Pumpkin was actually adopted the same day she came in lol! Ginger has been using her litterbox perfectly at the shelter. Since she’s so fluffy, you’d be best off with a large open litterbox. I agree-scratching the woodwork isn’t as common as scratching furniture and scratching pads and posts and there are lots of ways to deter a kitty from scratching something you don’t want them to. πŸ™‚

  • Margie Rafferty
    April 23, 2017 at 2:22 pm

    Has she been adopted?

  • Nina
    April 24, 2017 at 12:56 am

    Still available πŸ™‚

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