Emily is 2 years old. She is a gorgeous Snow Shoe mix. Emily had a rough start in life – she is from a colony of cats that we trapped in that thought they only had 12 cats and they really had over 60. Her nutrition was not the best, and she is very sweet but can be a little timid until she gets to know you .
Emily has the bluest eyes you have ever seen and recently meet Peeza (trapped at the Pizza Hut restaurant in Buford) and she has fallen in love with her. Our hope is that someone would want to adopt these two stunning kitties together, Pezza is a DMH White Tabby (maine coon mix) and Emily this stunning Snow Shoe Siamese who is also a DMH.
Emily will take a unique Mom and Dad. Someone who will work with her for a little while, gaining her confidence and letting her know she is loved. She has come so far with me, letting me know when I feed her, she will welcome back scratches and conversation. She likes to rub my ankles to let me know how much she appreciates being given a chance at her forever home.
Emily will be great in any type of home including with young children and other pets, but will need some attention and a loving home where she can gain trust and acceptance. Other than patience, she has no special needs and will make a very special addition to the family.
Like all SNAP pets, Emily is spayed, up to date on shots and vaccinations, and micro-chipped. And ready to meet you at one of our adoption centers or by special appointment.
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First posted November 14, 2014.
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