This animal is posted as a rehome, which is a service outside of Cat's Cradle to help owners find new homes for their animals. If interested, contact Jen Stafford at (804) 461-8881.
Tinker is an 11-year-old, spayed female, brown Tabby with white and orange, Domestic Short Hair cat.
Tinker has always been very small and currently weighs about 9 lbs. She
is very shy & takes a while to warm up to new people, but when she
does she loves to sit on your chest or rub on your feet!
I rescued Tinker as a kitten, and she\'s been a great companion. However, I
married into the military and we move every 3-4 years. Tinker and her
brother, Tonka (listed separately), did not handle the last move well.
I\'d like to find a stable, permanent home for both cats (together
or separate) to avoid continual trauma every time we move.
Tinker is litter box trained, does not jump on counters or tables, and is very
well mannered. She has lived with one other cat, a boxer, and a baby;
however, she would do best in a low-key environment due to her
extremely shy nature.
Please call (804) 461-8881 to adopt!
Updated: May 2015
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