The longest resident at NTCR, Granny is patiently waiting and secretly dreaming of the day that she will finally have a “furever” home of her very own. Over the years Granny has watched many cats / kittens come and go has and has selected her favorite volunteers that she follows, talks to and allows them to continually pet and stroke her, but beware if you have not made Granny’s favorite list, she shows her “catitude” side and when she has had enough, swats at you. Granny is big girl with a very big heart, wonderful tabby markings, sweet eyes, unique characteristics and sometimes plenty of “catitude”. If you think you can make Granny’s “favorite list” and want to give her the “furever” home she has yet to know in her life, please fill out an adoption application and contact us.
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