I'm Juniper and I hope you can help me find a foster or forever home. I've been waiting for what seems like ages! I once had a home but somehow I went astray. I ended up living in a woodsy neighborhood where my pretty brown tabby stripes blended right in in with the trees. I tried really hard to catch enough food. But it's hard for a cat who's not used to hunting. And it's especially hard for a cat who is missing all of her front claws.
One day I was approached by a person when I stopped to take a drink from a dirty puddle. It was hot out, and I was tired so I agreed to go with her. Now I get all the good food I need served to me on a plate, which is how it should be for a cat like me. But I still need a home where I have room to roam.
I'm a social girl who will sometimes want to sit by your side, if not right in your lap. But I'm independent too and like doing what I want and having space to run and explore. I'm not necessarily the cuddly kind, but I am entertaining. I do funny things all the time. I'll sometimes bat toy mice around... but not if you're looking. I wouldn't mind catching the real thing now and then. I love, love, love boxes.
I do need to live with understanding people, because like many cats that have been declawed, I can sometimes feel on edge and defenseless. And after spending some time alone out in the elements, loud noises make me hide. I'll need you to be patient with me while I settle into a new environment and bond with you. These things take time. I also prefer to be the only cat in the house. To meet me in my foster home call Molly: 651-295-3758 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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