Gracie was abandoned when her former owner moved out of a mobile home park on the Peninsula and just left Gracie behind. A kind resident saw her plight and began to feed the sweet gray cat and eventually Gracie charmed her way into coming inside at night. But then management cracked down on the residents feeding abandoned cats and threatened people with eviction. Poor little Gracie, on the street and homeless for a second time, but this time with no food supply! Of course that kind resident called for help, and that is how we took Gracie into a foster home.
Gracie is an attractive, people-friendly, playful housepet, who loves to be petted, and absolutely L-O-V-E-S her plush kitty bed--a huge step up for a cat who had been sleeping under a trailer--but your lap is a good place too. She also likes to spend time interacting with you, especially if you happen to have a dangly wand toy for her to stalk and chase. She is also playful with small toys, and is good with other mellow cats. Gracie is a lover, not a fighter! She would also do well as an only cat, as long as you will provide her with sufficient love and attention during the hours you are at home.
Spayed, tested, vaccinated and microchipped, Gracie is eager to move to her fur-ever home.
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