Now, Daphne knows night-time means time to play with her foster parents. She makes noises, jumps on the bed and gets ready, anxiously awaiting some fun. She is eager to play, and though play-time doesn't last long, she's engaged and would do well in a household where play-time will be encouraged in order to help her lose a bit of weight. Her favourite new toy is the "red dot laser" which she chases with zest and happiness. As Daphne is overweight, it's important her new owner brush her to help her with cleaning, especially her backside. She'll need a patient owner, as she doesn't enjoy her bum being pet.
Daphne craves human attention. She loves to be talked to and will beg for pets. She waits at the door for her foster dad to come home at night, paws at him on the couch for pets and stares lovingly at him for long periods of time. We are so proud of the progress she's made in her foster home, and know that she will make someone or a family very happy. While she needs to be the only animal in a household, she's great with all humans, even children.
Imagine having your life turned upside down, only to be told you have to wait for happiness. You have to wait one whole year, and maybe even then some. You see all your other friends being adopted and wonder, why not me? Why have I not found happiness? We know Daphne's furever home is out there--somewhere she will be loved the way she's always meant to have been loved... a place she'll never have to leave again, somewhere she can look her owners in the eyes and meow and chirp, saying, I love you, thank you. If you're interested in adopting this special Hidden Treasure Tuesday cat, she is
available for a reduced adoption fee of $50. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to fill out an application. You'll be turning this one year into the last year of waiting for sweet Daphne.
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