My name is Mary....M-A-R-Y. But my foster Mom says my name should have been spelled M-E-R-R-Y, because that is what I make her. I think it is because am such a good snuggler and have a lovable personality. Like most cats I enjoy sun bathing, playing with toys and naps. However, my favorite thing is attention from you. But don't worry if you get too busy and forget I will remind you by putting my paw gently on your arm.
Favorite Place to Sleep: Is that a trick question? I am a cat, I can sleep anywhere at anytime :) But I do have an affinity the couch in the living room, it has plenty of sun during the morning and early afternoon and an incredibly comfy blanket. Sometimes if I am lucky my foster Mom will even join me.
Favorite Activity: Rolling with my favorite catnip toy, jumping for feather toys and carrying a little sparkle balls around the house.
Favorite Food: I am not picky.
Identifying Traits: My purr....so relaxing you can throw your sound machine away. Who needs ocean sounds to lull you to sleep when you have me.
Least Favorite Thing: I am not to fond of feline friends.... too much competition. But I would be ok with an cat-friendly dog....if I have to share you.
Dream Home: My dream home would be one with plenty of love to give. The more time I can spend with you the better!! Throw in a couple of toys, a place to sleep with plenty of sun and I am YOURS forever.
My adoption fee is $95. I come fully vetted, up-to-date on vaccines, spayed, litterbox-trained, microchipped and I am good about using my scratching post.
If you are looking for someone to keep you warm at night, Mary is the cat for you. To adopt please contact email@example.com for an application.
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