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Tabby / Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat) :: Female (spayed) :: Adult

Status:Available for Adoption
Location:Youngsville, NC

Additional Info:
  • Good with Cats
  • House trained
  • Up-to-date with vaccines

  • Organization Contact Info:
    Purr Partners Feline Rescue
    Youngsville, NC 27596
    (919) 906-8243
    Purr Partners Feline Rescue is a 501(c)(3), no-kill, foster-based, 100% all-volunteer organization dedicated to saving the lives of cats and kittens in North Carolina — over 4,000 lives saved since 2009.   We rescue cats and kittens from high kill shelters in rural North Carolina. 
    All of our cats and kittens are fulling vetted; we test for feline leukemia and FIV,  deworm, treat for fleas, vaccinate, spay or neuter, and microchip before finding these unwanted, helpless animals, permanent loving homes. 
    We are self-funded through adoption fees, donations, and fundraising events and have an annual budget of approximately $175,000. 
    Adoption events are held every weekend from 11:30 am - 3 pm.  We are proud to be a PetSmart Charities Adoption Partner and manage the PetSmart Adoption Centers in Wake Forest at 11835 Retail Drive and in Raleigh at Six Forks Station, 8825 Six Forks Road, and half-time at Capital Crossings, 2800 East Millbrook Road. 

    Hi you'all!  My foster mom made me take a picture and get on here, and yep, we're both a little upset about it.  I finally feel like someone loves me and cares about me, but she tells me there is an even more perfect home out there for me than with her.  I don't know if I believe it, but we'll see if that super special person comes along.  First, I'm not a candidate for a home with lots of activity, kids, and dogs.  I came from outside where I spent the majority of my life struggling to live, and on top of that, I had babies and was sick for all my life.  Why?  Because I had a polyp growing into my nasal area and throat, and I couldn't get well.  My foster mom said I was the sickest kitty she had seen, but the vet removed the polyp - and WOW!  I've not been sick since!  It's been heaven on earth for me!  My coat grew out (mom says I'm fuzzy not fluffy), by eyes brightened, and my energy level shot up!  Life is tremendous now, and just so you know - I am perfectly fine with all other cats.  Can a cat be a cat whisperer?  I might be one!  Now, I hated to be held and petted at first, but foster mom has taught me just how wonderful all those scratches and that rubbing feel, so I'm really digging it now.  Nope, not a lap cat.  I'm a CAT - everything is on MY TERMS!  If you're looking for that cat that follows you around and gives you that dopey look of love - not me!  But foster mom has me figured out.  I LOVE to be in the room with her, I love for her to snatch me up, give me kisses and scratches, but then I'm down and running with my gorgeous tail thrown up over my back!  Foster mom says I'm super gentle, but I want to be FIERCE!  (Ok, I'm not - I don't use my claws at all and would never bite).  My perfect home includes a person who has a window for me to look out (screened porch a bonus!), another kitty for company (I do like to play), a cat savvy person who can keep me safe and care for me for the rest of my life - I've done the scary outside "be free" thing, and it's not for me!  Lots of love, patience, calmness, toys, boxes (love boxes!), and a promise you'll be there for my whole life! 

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