Samosa is affectionate and enjoys back rubs and chin scratches. She likes to be held and enjoys lounging around too. She loves to play with cat toys and will leap in the air if you gently toss them to her. Samosa was rescued as a kitten with her mom and siblings from behind a restaurant on 9th Avenue in Pensacola. We named her mom, India, and all the babies were named after Indian food. Samosa is the last one yet to be adopted. She’s a gorgeous all black beauty who’s loving and likes to sit in your lap. She can be a little shy, but we really think she’ll blossom in a home with fewer cats than where she is now. She wants attention, but not really big on competing for it. She gets along with most cats, but would be great as a solo kitty.
All of our cats and kittens are also available for virtual adoption for $10 or more per month. By sponsoring a kitty, you can help us help more animals. Click on the link to find out more about Virtual Adoption.
Her adoption fee is $55.00 which includes up-to-date shots, FeLV test (negative) and spay surgery that is already done. Samosa is litterbox trained.
Prior to meeting or adopting any of our wonderful kitties, we ask that you please fill out our online Cat Adoption Application on our website AAFlorida.org. There is a link on the top of the home page. Click on "Fill in", you don't have to register. For more information about this kitty or any others, you can contact us at ECAnimalAllies@gmail.com or 850-377-2132. We are a foster organization and don't have set hours we are open - but we will gladly set up an appointment for you to meet any cat. Of course, you're under no obligation to adopt if you come to meet any of our fabulous felines.
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