We met Scarlett when a neighbor died & another neighbor took over feeding so the cats wouldn't starve. The deceased had not fixed any of his cats, so they all began breeding and creating a nuisance. Animal control gave us one week to pull all the cats & kittens or they would come back to trap/euthanize them all. Talk about heartbreaking!!!
We pulled 9 teenagers from the wreckage and Scarlett was one. She loves attention & rubbing up against you for asking for pets. She will sit in your lap and roll onto her back. Dogs are not on her bucket list after coyotes ate half her colony. Kids move a little too fast in her book, so they would need to be a bit older. She will need to bond with you and come around at her own pace. Once that is accomplished, she will be wherever you are. She is super sweet and loves to play with Da Bird! She is super silly, too!
Thank you for looking and thank you most of all for rescuing! ^..^
* Born: September 2015 (approx)
* Litterbox Trained
* FELV/FIV Negative
Please contact Scarlett's foster for any & all questions. Then fill out our Adoption Application here:
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Save a stray, save a life! Thank you for rescuing!! Big Kitty Love!
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