DOTTIE... Dottie was born around May 1, 2012...she is a domestic shorthair dilute calico; a wonderful, sweet lady who is need of a loving, forever home. Dottie and her family came from a situation all too familiar these days; stray cats who found their way to some nice folks who started feeding them...unfortunately their situation became more stressful when Animal Control was contacted to take them away. Forgotten Felines was able to step in and rescue the family ~ now we need your help in finding loving, forever homes. Dottie is a bit shy and reserved around people she is unsure of...life before her foster home was tough and uncertain...she will need some patience in adjusting to her new family and home. When Dottie gets to know you, she is truly a very loving and sweet girl who loves to get attention. She has a very laid back and sweet disposition...safety, security and a truly forever home will allow Dottie to blossom and relax...becoming a wonderful and loyal companion for a lifetime. Her foster home does not have dogs or children, but due to the fact that she is wary of the unknown, she may be better suited to a home without small children or dogs. She does get along with other cats once she has had time to get to know them. As with all Forgotten Felines cats for adoption, Dottie has been spayed and is current on her shots and tests. Should you have questions or need additional information on Dottie, please contact her Foster Mom at 256-529-0904. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. We want you to adopt the "purrfect" cat for you and your family...one that will fit into your home and lifestyle...a companion for a lifetime!!
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