Apr 13th


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 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, cuddles, being petted and taking naps. I also like to explore and eat treats. Since I just came in and I can’t speak “human-ease,” I can’t tell you much else. My shelter friends aren’t sure yet how I would be with other pets, but they will keep you posted.

At any rate, I would make a wonderful companion for someone looking for a beautiful, friendly and outgoing gal.


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! 🙂

  • 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. 🙂

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

    Has she been adopted?

  • Nina
    April 24, 2017 at 12:56 am

    Still available 🙂

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