In the winter of 2008, I was abandoned at a farm east of Denver with other cats, llamas and animals. Thankfully, a nearby rescue called Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary rescued me. While this may sound like a nice place, it turns out this sanctuary is for pigs, chickens and other farm animals who were rescued from a trip to your dinner plate. Since I am not a farm animal, they brought me to MaxFund to find a home.
Because I lived on a farm and had to survive on my own, I learned to be kind of weary of people. So I am pretty darn shy. I am observant and like to watch the interaction of the other cats with people. I tend to hang back and make no attempt to receive love, but I am very loving with other kitties.
Even though I am shy, I still want a home. Life has been pretty hard for me, and I have been at the shelter for far too long. All I need is someone who will be patient and understanding. I have not had someone love me and care for me (well, they care for me here, but I am not someone's baby or pet), and I am ready to try it out. I'm ready to have a nice, comfortable life with someone who will accept me and love me. I am ready to be out of the shelter and into my forever home...is that forever home with you?
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