Éowyn: Beautiful tiger-striped tabby; current on shots and flea treatment; litter trained. Éowyn was living with her abandoned mommy on the church grounds across the street from our home. When she was just 5 or 6 weeks old, she was chased into our backyard by some kids, ran under our shed and was out of reach for a few days. When we finally saw her again, she had made herself at home with the several other rescue cats we shelter and feed around our home. I made friends with her and brought her to our porch, where she immediately found her place among the other 3 rescues who spend most of their time there. She especially bonded with Aragorn (AKA Muchachito), an 18-month-old silky black cat; she adopted him as her 'mommy' (even trying to nurse on him), and they play together a lot. Éowyn is sweet, playful and curious, and loves lap time once she feels comfortable with you.
C.A.T.S.-C.A.N., Inc . is a non-profit organization based in Geneva, Florida. We operate a no-kill shelter and have cats and kittens up for adoption at Oviedo PetsMart. We screen each applicant. Please call or come by to see our kitties - 11:00 - 5:00 every Saturday and most Sunday's Noon to 4:00 (please check our Facebook to make sure we're there!) at the Oviedo Petsmart adoption event. You can also visit a few of our resident cats every day in the Petsmart Cat room!
Cats-Can Does Not Permit Declawing - For more information on Declawing, please visit our Feline Care Tips Menu on our homepage and visit our webpages (under special needs) of wonderful cats that are already declawed looking for new homes.
Know someone who needs low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services for their pets? Have them contact SpayNSave at 407-920-4894 for clinic dates, information and appointments. We work with feral cats, domestic cats and also offer spay and neuter services for dogs. Contact us today!
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