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 Patricia at 540-241-2711.
Mikie was abused by the owners of the 7-Eleven near my house.âÂÂ The owners had two men manhandle her, put her in a cage and drove her 50 miles away. She was able escape and walked 50 miles all the back to the 7-Eleven. So, I wanted to get her out of that situation and took her in.
Four-year-old female, spayed, follows you everywhere once she trusts you and knows you are nice. She likes to sleep on the bed with you at the head of the bed or the foot. After a year with her, she wants to get on my lap.
She likes the screened back porch. I check on her for I don’t want to leave her out there too long due to the heat. She runs and hides when someone comes in the house, then when they leave she will come out of hiding. She likes to sit on the stool at the window and look outside. Very sweet once she trusts you.
My environment here is no screaming and yelling, no kids trying to chase her and no men. Very calm and quiet environment.
Updated: August 2015
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