Mimi has had a tough life so far and we are hoping that her luck changes soon. She was adopted from a shelter when she was a kitten. Then she was returned to the shelter (unknown reason). She was pulled from the shelter by a no-kill rescue, and taken to one of their adoption centers to be put up for adoption. But because she was not warm and friendly immediately, she was taken back to their shelter. Adoptions can not be rushed. An animal needs to feel secure, and needs to trust their fosters before a successful match can be made. So, she came to live with us and she will be given all the time she needs to feel safe, loved, and secure, until her Prince (or Princess) Charming finds their way to her. She has already shown great improvement in the short time she has been with us, and we know she will only get better and better!
If you are interested in adopting from Cat Posse, please visit our website, www.catposse.org and fill out the application on the cats page. You can also contact Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org to have an application either e-mailed or faxed to you.
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