Flower is standing by waiting to help you tend your farm in Hay Day! She even has prior experience!
Beautiful Flower is a complicated case. This senior declawed girl was found living in a garage by one of our supporters in poor health. Months of treatment and TLC brought her to good health, but didn't change the fact that she has issues. We don't know why, but she fears hands coming at her face. An attempt to pet her head may result in a warning nip. She's not fond of being held, either. However, she does enjoy being in the company of "her people". This girl is estimated at 12-14 years old (as of February 2016), and needs an understanding adopter. She's been through so much that we don't even know about. Care to give her a chance?
Flower's foster mom has reported that she has been making progress. When she first arrived she hid for a few days, convinced there were other cats or scary things out to get her. When she realized she was safe, she came out to visit. She's definitely more of a satellite cat, she likes to be around you - but not necessarily picked up and held. But she has also jumped up on her foster mom's lap, so that could change with a little time & TLC. She is also a bit of a messy cat.
Flower's foster mom has reported more progress - Flower no longer hides when company comes over!
All of our cats have been spayed or neutered, vaccinated, de-wormed, microchipped, and tested for FIV/FeLV. Our adoption fee structure is as follows:
While we try to keep our animal listings up-to-date online, sometimes the age range may be labelled incorrectly. Please don't hesitate to contact us for the most up-to-date information on a particular cat. Our cats are shown by appointment - we are a foster based rescue and so we don't have a location with set hours.
If you are interested in adopting or would like to meet our cats, please fill out our adoption application online at www.safehousepets.org/adopt and a volunteer will contact you promptly.
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