Baby Girl has been with us for way too long and I can't figure out why. Every time someone meets her they're shocked when I tell them that it's been 3 years since she came to us. But that still doesn't seem to get her a home. Baby Girl is one of my favorites at our center. But you don't have to take my word for it when I tell you how awesome she is.
I reached out to our volunteers, the ones taking care of her everyday, for their opinions on her. Here is what they told me: "Baby Girl is a loving cat who will meet you at the door when you come home. She will also cuddle up with you at night on the couch to watch TV. She loves to talk to you!" -Peggy (Fostered Baby Girl for a year) "She's really observant and likes to see what's going on, but doesn't get all rambunctious and in your way with it, lol. She's also a little purr machine when you give her lovins, she definitely wants your attention but is very sweet when trying to get it." -Misty (Adoption Center Volunteer) "She's super sweet and friendly. She also has a playful side that is so stinking cute!!" -Brittany (Adoption Center Volunteer) "She's the first to say "hi"! She's so inquisitive and loves new toys. I love her cute facial features." -Angela (Adoption Center Volunteer) "She is patient, and very loving one of the only cats that doesn't harass you while your in and out [cleaning her room], she might try to dart out sometimes but she just wants her time!" -Dakota (Adoption Center Volunteer) "Patient and observant. Waits her turn for attention. Very playful. Does well with other cats with proper introduction. I bet she'd love having a big window to look out and bask in the sun." -Kristin (Adoption Center Volunteer)
Baby Girl is spayed, up to date on shots and microchipped. Her adoption donation is only $85. Contact adoptions at adopthope.org for more information. An adoption application can be completed at http://www.adopthope.org/cat-adoption-application/.
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